I recently color-calibrated my ASUS VE247H and BenQ RL2450HT displays with Spyder4Elite. All worked flawlessly, until I decided to uninstall said software (for no major reasons; I just assumed I could still load my calibration profiles without it).
After realizing that the software was in charge of loading my color-calibration profiles on startup, and that because I had uninstalled it I would have to a) install it back again or b) see if Windows can do that for it, I stumbled upon this link. Sadly it did not work; my system already had the settings that article points out to, but still, Windows 7 does not load my calibration on Startup.
So I would like your advice: should I just re-install the Spyder4Elite software, or is there truly a way Windows 7, together with my displays (which are modern - an aspect that is relevant), can load the color-calibration profiles on Startup?