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    Default Seeing duplicate "locked" calibration targets

    Since Calibration settings actually "live" on the Fiery, and not necessarily within Command Workstation, I thought this forum would be the best place for this question.

    I have a customer with an IC-308 (FS-150) DFE that is showing duplicates of the factory installed calibration targets. I'm attaching a camera phone picture below of the screen (found under Device Center>General>Tools>Calibrate>Manage) to illustrate this anomaly.

    Of course since these extra calibration targets are "locked", it doesn't allow me to just delete them. So short of a complete system software reload, does anyone know how to get rid of these "extra" Cal targets? Thanks!

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    Default Anybody?

    Just checking back to see if anyone has any input as to what the next step(s) should be here...

    Reload? (seems sort of a drastic fix), can I locate the duplicate locked calibration target in some "hidden" file somewhere and just remove it manually via a command line?

    I'm open to ideas...this one is keeping us from moving forward on some custom profiles and other color management tasks we'd like to accomplish.

    Thanks!

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    Default When this happened to me...

    I'm not sure if this is the best course of action, but when it happened to me I looked at the creation date of the icc's and deleted the one that didn't match my profile creation date. I haven't noticed any problems yet.

    I just assumed this resulted from a network communication glitch while saving a calibration that cause the icc to duplicate.

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    Default Seeing duplicate "locked" calibration targets

    Usually when I see this its tells me that they system software somehow got corrupted and the best way to resolve this is to a full system reload. I would not chance just deleting the icc file with the anomalous date. (YMMV).

    I always have my clients create a backup shortly after install and all updates have been applied. Then the restore process is much quicker than a full reload.

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