I does work well this guide but if you don't follow the guide correctly it won't work because the Hidden option.ENABLE CALIBRATION LOADING BY WINDOWS
Here's the hidden bit of help file...
To enable or disable calibration loading by Windows , you must be logged on with a user account that has administrative privileges.1
- Click to open Color Management.2
- Click the Advanced tab, and click Change system defaults .3
- Click the Advanced tab in the Color Management - System Defaults dialog box, and do one of the following:*
- To enable Windows to load display calibrations, select the Use Windows display calibration check box.*
- To prevent Windows from loading display calibrations, clear the Use Windows display calibration check box.4
- Click Close in the Color Management - System Defaults dialog box.5
- Click Close in the Color Management dialog box.
Not only is it obscure, it is confused further by the fact that you are back in the same dialog box twice, but the second time it is labelled Color Management - System Defaults instead of Color Management as it was the first two times. But only on the second time is the required box enabled to allow you to tick i.e. it's a system wide setting. Easy to miss.
Either MS's experts don't know about this, and can't find it in the help files either, or they couldn't be bothered answering my question. In any case a) I hope this helps someone else, and b) I hope MS lift their support game and actually respond in future to people as frustrated and helpless as I was. Thanks Microsoft for wasting a day of my life.
thanks for point this out. after I installed windows 8 pro I did forgot the ICC profile.Edited by skyn3t - 10/30/12 at 5:38pm