i1Display PRO Not Connected Because Of Argyll Driver

Computers with i1Display PRO and Argyll software installed and device isn't being recognized.There are a number of third party software programs that can be used with X-Rite monitor calibration devices such as the i1Display PRO. One popular program is DisplayCal from Argyll CMS. Most people who use that software for its' specialized features might not also use i1Profiler on a regular basis. If you did install both Argyll and i1Profiler software, you'll need to use this procedure to enable i1Profiler software to recognize your measurement device.


If you have an Argyll product (i.e., DisplayCal) installed on your computer and the i1Display Pro fails to connect to i1Profiler, the problem is likely to be caused by the Argyll device driver. Argyll's device driver will not allow the i1Display Pro to connect to our software. To resolve it this issue:

 
  1. Right click on the “Eye-One Display 3 (Argyll)” device driver in Control Panel > Device Manager and select “Uninstall” to remove the existing driver. If it appears, check the box to "Deleted the driver software for this device".
  2. You'll then need to uninstall the Argyll program and the reboot the computer
  3. Delete any Display Cal and/or Argyll directories left behind (C:\Program Files (x86) and/or C:\ProgramData) and then reboot the computer
  4. Plug in the i1Display Pro and it should properly load the driver as a "USB Input Device" under "Human Interface Devices".
  5. Open i1Profiler and testIf you have an Argyll product (i.e., DisplayCal) installed on your computer and the i1Diplay Pro fails to connect to i1Profiler, the problem is likely to be caused by the Argyll device driver. Argyll's device driver will not allow the i1Display Pro to connect to our software. To resolve it this issue:
     
  6. Right click on the “Eye-One Display 3 (Argyll)” device driver in Control Panel > Device Manager and select “Uninstall” to remove the existing driver. If it appears, check the box to "Deleted the driver software for this device".
  7. You'll then need to uninstall the Argyll program and the reboot the computer
  8. Delete any Display Cal and/or Argyll directories left behind (C:\Program Files (x86) and/or C:\ProgramData) and then reboot the computer
  9. Plug in the i1Display Pro and it should properly load the driver as a "USB Input Device" under "Human Interface Devices".
  10. Open i1Profiler and test.

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