1 Reply Latest reply: Apr 7, 2008 1:35 AM by Bob Lang1
Bjoure Level 1 Level 1
Hi all.
I have the latest version of Macbook. It works great, but the screen is so washed-out that it's almost unusable. I have to keep the brightness of the screen to very low all the time. I used the calibrating assistant in Leopard to calibrate the screen and I am satisfied with the result. My question is, how can I export my customized display profile to use in Bootcamp Windows XP? The screen still looks terrible in XP.

I am not a professional photographer or something. But the default color setting of Macbook display is really bad in my opinion.

Please help, thanks.

Black Macbook 2.4Ghz with 4Gb RAM, Mac OS X (10.5.2)
  • Bob Lang1 Level 5 Level 5
    In XP

    Right click on the desktop (not in any window) then select Graphic Properties... then the Color Correction tab (down the left side). Play with the sliders until you're happy

    Bob

    PS: To right click: put two fingers on trackpad then click the button.