Ok so just another regular driver
update, removed old forceware, rebooted, installed new ForceWare, rebooted.
Now, I have a desktop color profile tweaked to my liking and also the lighting conditions at my place in nvidia's .nvp format.
That's what I am trying to load and its pissing me off like hell!
I click on "Adjust desktop color settings" and then use the "Profiles" menu > "Load..." and select my saved profile. As usual, I get a warning that "Loading this profile will replace your current settings. Are you sure you want to do this?" to which I click "Yes".
That's when the nvidia control panel hangs: Click here for Image
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Please help guys! Even if any one could tell me how to read the values off the saved profile, it would do.
I tried to search for such a program, but since its proprietary format, none is available. Its also not possible to read it in any word processor.
The last thing left to try out is go over to XP and copy the values over to Vista; but I don't have my XP drive with me right now.
Its unusual cause there's no such note in the release notes about old .nvp profiles being incompatible.
Am feeling really weird cause I am so much used to that color profile that now my desktop looks bright, fuzzy and dull colored.