04-12-2015 10:19 AM
I have just purchased a Lenovo G50-45 Laptop. I do a lot of image editiong where color rendition is important. I notice right out of the box that it's color display was very cold in color temperature. I tryed to adjust the color calibration through the interal display functions with very little success. I then used a Spyder Color calibration sensor and was able to get a little closer to a properly calibrated display but it is still very cool in color and frankly very unsatisfactory. Is there a fix? A driver?
04-13-2015 04:39 AM
Welcome to the Forums
As per the query we understood that you facing issue with display calibration in your Lenovo G50-45 laptop.
Try to update the display driver and check for the issue. Also try to calibrate by go to control panel, select display option and select the calibrate color option and follow the onscreen instruction and check for the issue.
Click here for the display driver for windows 8.1 .
Click here for the display driver for windows 7.
Hope this helps. Do post back if the issue persists!
04-22-2015 10:27 AM
It appears that I'm not the only one who as come across this issue.
About the sixth or seventh paragraph down the page of the article/review.
"However, the manufacturer's calibration of the screen is not really satisfactory. Particularly the much too high color temperature that is seen in a visible bluish cast has to be criticized here."
The article has provided a color profile while it is an improvemnt is it STILL woefully inaccurate.
The problem still persists.
05-04-2015 06:20 AM
06-26-2016 08:16 AM
I am also facing the same problem, updating the drivers also dosent help. I have recently purchased this laptop, i guess from now onwards i will not buy any lenovo products, its so frustrating, its been just 4 to 5 months the problem still persists,
02-25-2018 02:48 PM