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    I have HP D2835 monitor, and I've always thaught that the colors are displayed badly on it. To adjust that within the monitor you only have the contrast, brightness and color temperature controls. The temperature control only has 2 levels, and I think that the highest (colder colors) adapts more to the reality. But with the nVidia drivers I can change the gamma,etc for the RGB, but I don't know how this can be done accurately.

    So my question is: Is there any program or whatever to calibrate the colors accurately. Actually, the white appers like a very-very light blue-green.
    Thanks

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    I have heard a few good things about this utility but i havent tried it yet.. its free:

    Nokia Monitor Test


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    Photoshop documents can be color-calibrated via a monitor profile, if you use PS.
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    If you have Photoshop then you'll already have 'Adobe Gamma', which is bundled with it. I hate the nividia settings they really screw things about. You should find the following resource useful.

    http://epaperpress.com/monitorcal/

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    You can use PS gamma but that only affects PS documents.
    I've tried that Nokio tool but it doesn't explain you how to calibrate it. I will try the link that Trico has posted.
    Thanks

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    I've just finished doing what in Trico's link is and now it looks much better. I thaught that Adobe Gamma was only for Adobe documents, but it's for the whole OS.
    Thanks


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