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#1 MarttiL

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Posted 09 September 2009 - 12:34 PM

Dear experts,

I have recently had a lot of head ache with monitor calibration and graphic card drivers.
All those issues but one are by now solved by means of system restore and reinstallation of drivers.
The one still remaining annoyance is the dialog box telling me that the calibration data was loaded
into the graphic card. This dialog box the size of a palm is very stubborn and refuses to leave the desktop, it just stays
put. Please advice how to make it vanish after a second or so after the successful loading of calibration data into graphic card.
P.S.
I have Vista 32-bit and Colorvision Spyder2.

Thanks,
Martti

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