Windows 10: Second monitor not keeping colour management profile

Discus and support Second monitor not keeping colour management profile in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; When my computer goes to sleep or after re logging to my computer the second monitor had lost its colour management settings. Going to display... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by Berdine&C0, Oct 10, 2019.

  1. Second monitor not keeping colour management profile


    When my computer goes to sleep or after re logging to my computer the second monitor had lost its colour management settings. Going to display settings \ Advance display settings \ Display adapter properties for Display 2, the Color Management windows still shows my most recent icc profile still set as default. Usually, like most of people, to solve the issue I select a previous icc profile as a default and strait after that I switch back to the most recent one and it fix the issue… until the monitor goes to sleep or if I log out. This is quite annoying and many have complained since 2015!

    This is an ongoing problem for years and I am wondering if you have found a way to solve it.

    :)
     
    Berdine&C0, Oct 10, 2019
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  2. Windows 10 Second Monitor not shown in Colour Management App after recent update(s)

    Hi,

    After a recent update (not sure which one) the Windows Colour Management App no longer 'sees' my second Dell monitor.

    The monitor is shown in Device Manager as "Pnp-Monitor (Standard)". It always used to be shown with its Dell model number, as my other one still is.

    If I use the Windows Dsplay Settings app, both monitors are shown and can be configured, but when I use the Colour Management App to try to associate a profile with the 2nd monitor, it doesn't work because the monitor is not even listed there!

    I'm running Build 15063.674 and Intel HD Graphics 4600 with driver version 20.19.15.4624 (updated today to try to fix this but to no avail).

    The 'missing' monitor is connected via a standard VGA cable. The OK one is connected via Display-port. I have not changed the hardware setup at all in the last year.
     
    Steve_B_2409, Oct 10, 2019
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  3. Second Monitor Colour Calibration

    Hi, Mike,

    IS the profile set as default?

    1) Navigate to ‘Control Panel – Appearance and Personalisation – Display – Screen Resolution (or Adjust resolution)’. On Windows 10 it is easiest to simply type ‘Colour Management’ into the (Cortana) Search Box at the bottom left of the desktop and skip to
    step 4.

    2) Click ‘Advanced Settings’.

    3) Click on the ‘Colour Management’ tab and press the button labelled ‘Colour Management…’

    4) Ensure the ‘Use my settings for this device’ checkbox is checked.

    5) Press the ‘Add’ button and then ‘Browse…’ to the ICC profile you just downloaded. Press ‘Add’ then ‘OK’. Note that if multiple ICC profiles are listed you will have to set the desired profile as default by clicking ‘Set as Default Profile’, too.

    There is a Display Profile Utility which allows you to Store multiple profiles and switch between them. It's freeware.

    https://www.xrite.com/service-support/downloads...

    Note: This is a non-Microsoft website. The page appears to be providing accurate, safe information. Watch out for ads on the site that may advertise products frequently classified as a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Products). Thoroughly research any product advertised
    on the site before you decide to download and install it.
     
    Smittychat., Oct 10, 2019
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  4. Second monitor not keeping colour management profile

    Second Monitor Colour Calibration

    Hi There: I have a Dell XPS 15 2-In-1 with a Radeon™ RX Vega M GL Graphics with 4GB HMB2 graphics card and a 4K screen. I also have a 27" LG monitor (27UD58-B) with a 4K screen. AND, I have an X-Rite i1 Display Pro puck and software. Now the Dell doesn't
    have an HDMI port, but I have both a Dell dock that connects via USB-C and has an HDMI connection, and I have a USB-C to HDMI 4K 60Hz cable. Choice of cables doesn't seem to matter.

    Calibrating isn't the issue. I have recently generated profiles for both the laptop screen and the external monitor. If I use only the laptop monitor or extend the displays, I can go into Display Settings and choose the .icm colour profile for the Dell screen,
    but no matter what I can't choose a profile for the LG screen. There's no option available to do so. I went into the Device manager and checked, and Windows is showing it as a Generic PnP Monitor. I bought the LG monitor for colour critical work (Affinity
    Photo, Lightroom, etc) so how do I enable the colour profile for this screen? And before anyone suggests it, I've already updated all of the drivers, etc.

    Thanks,

    Mike.


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    Mike Nelson Pedde, Oct 10, 2019
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