Adobe Gamma

  willo500 10:22 06 Feb 07

Hi. I am trying to run a monitor calibration program and it says I have to turn off Adobe Gamma (which I have installed as part of Photoshop Elements) Can anyone tell me how to do this please because the Adobe Gamma doesn't seem to have any option for turning it off and doesn't appear on the add/remove programs list in control panel



  keef66 10:27 06 Feb 07

ctrl+alt+del to open task manager; under Processes can you see adobe gamma running and choose to end process?

  eedcam 12:54 06 Feb 07

Adobe Gamma is I think a use on demand tool.You choose when to calibrate the monitor.Not sure why they say turn it off.Though as Keef says you can if you wish.

  willo500 13:35 06 Feb 07

Thanks I have found the answer to be by right clicking "start" and then going to "programs" and then "start up" and then deleting adobe gamma from the list

thanks again

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