The HP Display Assistant Color Calibration feature makes it possible to achieve sRGB color on your
LCD. sRGB color is used to display images from Web sites and specifies a color matching technique to
provide consistent monitor and output device color. HP Display Assistant color calibration is done
through an interactive series of targets used to "dial in" the high, mid, and low tone colors. Once the
process is complete, you will experience more accurate color.
Selecting the Factory Default Preset in the File tab will disable color calibration. To enable
color calibration, click the Color Calibration button in the Plug-ins tab and check the Enable color
Using HP Display Assistant Color Calibration
The color calibration will take about ten minutes to complete. The process goes through a series of steps
to produce sRGB color on your LCD.
Click the Color Calibration button on the Plug-Ins tab.
Ensure that the Enable color calibration box is checked.
calibration tutorial so that you become familiar with the process.
Click the Start button to launch the color calibration window.
Adjust the display's height and tilt for normal viewing. Comfortably position yourself at the distance
and viewing angle as you would for every day use. Do not change your viewing angle during the
Look at the middle square in the color ring. It should appear neutral of any color. If the square
appears to have color other than gray present, slowly drag the square toward the same color of
the outer color ring until the tint is removed. For example, if the square has blue tint, click on the
square and slowly drag it toward the outer blue portion of the ring. This will remove blue tint from
Before proceeding, it is recommended that you click the Show Me button to run the color