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Ask Max: Do I need a specific video card to calibrate my monitor color?

Asked on 06/30/2009:

I recently bought a NEC LCD2690WUXi With SpectaView from Powermax. Can't get my G5 to recognize the monitor when I try to calibrate it. I'm using 10.5++ and Photoshop CS4. Is there a color card I should have?

- Larry


The SpectraView II software is used to calibrate the display itself, and not the video card settings in the Mac computer Displays System Preferences. All you should need to do with the Mac OS preferences is find a baseline setting, then just let the SpectraView II software calibrate the monitor to true color.

- Jacob

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