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Posted by Oliver Mews on 15 August 2013 07:31 AM

If your monitor is still color casted after you calibrated the display, it seems that you are working with Windows and an additional color adjusting tool.

There's a problem with a lost profile after booting up the system: This is a problem forced by the graphic drivers. Their control panels need longer to boot than the SpyderUtility which gave them the chance to overwrite the data we just wrote to the lookuptable of the graphic adapter.
Depending on your graphic card you can disable the control panel. For nVidia-Cards it's a program called either "nvcpl.dll" or "nwiz.exe" and for ATI it's a programm called "cli.exe". If your video card is an Intel card, they are called "hkcmd.exe", "igfxtray.exe" and "igfxpers.exe" that you will find the the command column (please widen the column to see it completely). All these programs will be started via the registry, so you'll need a startupmanager to disable them, or you can use the windows-tool "msconfig".

Once you have disabled the control panel the profile should stay loaded.