I just can't. It's an iBook.
I want to calibrate it because there's too much brightness in it. The colors are just too...white!
But when I go under System preferences : Display : Colors : Calibrate it tolds me :
Le profil d'origine de ce moniteur est introuvable.
The original profile of this monitor can't be found. or sth like that.
And when I click on other profiles in the text box to the left, I get the system sound, "submarine". (The one I chose).
Happened to me too. I could not fix it, and I could not find anything in forums or in books, and did not get any replies here on ehmac. I have a clone of my HD (via SuperDuper) so I just reinstalled my OS and used Migration Assistant to move everything back. Then all was OK.
There is probably an easier way, but this is all I could find.
A MacPro 2.66 Xeon, an iMac G5, a Uni MB, a wee PowerBook 12" 1.5, an eMac, a couple of cameras, a lens collection and a wonderful iPod. Oh, and a delicious wife.
"Words are sacred. They deserve respect. If you get the right ones in the right order, you can nudge the world a little." Tom Stoppard
“No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader".
Pelao, I'll try something else, this is really a drastic manner to solve this issue.
I'll see if this problem is generalized and if it's not, I'll create a new Admin user and move all my stuff. Thanks for your idea, I found mine with yours.