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Combat Pretzel
Jun 23, 2004

No, seriously... what kurds?!

I've yet to see a display ICC profile work correctly. Usually, if it's installed, it turns images either bluish or pinkish (with apps that use it, anyway). I've never found the voodoo setting on my Samsung displays, that'd render an image worked through their ICC profile with the correct colors on the screen.

Just remove the original profiles, and optionally run Windows' color calibration and create your own, if you think things are way off without profile. Unless you're working in print (directly or indirectly), there's probably no real need for an ICC profile. Most consumer displays are set up all over the place, anyway, so there's nothing to target.

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