Just upgraded from basICColor Display 4 to Display 5 and decided to try out my i1 Display Pro with it.
Turns out that they don’t play nice together (loses connection to the i1 Display part way through the calibration) and, as I suspected, it appears that XRite Device Services (XRD) is the source of the problem as it is constantly looking to connect with XRite instruments and causes a conflict with basICColor and the i1 Display.
basICColor support was somewhat helpful as they said that no other applications can be running and that the i1 Display must be disabled in XRite Device Services…only problem is that XRD is no longer a System Pref control panel (I’m running MacOS 10.7.2) and killing the service in Activity Monitor doesn’t seem to work (it appears to re-spawn immediately).
Come to think of it, I’ve had a similar issue with the Color Munki but my i1 Pro spectro doesn’t have this issue with basICColor.
Anyone know how to selectively disable an instrument in XRD?