2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 18, 2008 12:54 PM by Buko.

    Removing Adobe Gamma on an eMac computer

      I have a Spyder2express and an eMac computer.

      I have read that before I profile my monitor using any monitor calibrator, I must first remove Adobe Gamma alias from start up folder. That this file must be deleted before using the monitor profiling system. That if I don't remove Adobe Gamma, there maybe problems creating a satisfactory profile with the Spyder2express.

      The questions I have are:

      1 I am unable to find the Adobe Gamma alias folder?

      2. Could somebody walk me though the steps to find and delete the Adobe Gamma alias folder?

      thanks

      Sue