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I am using nikon capture nx2 and a calibrated screen. the prints from my 970cxi on hp photo glossy paper come out cold with a blue cast over them. I am using output profile nikon srgb 4.0.0.0.3001 I have tried other profiles but with the same result. Short of creating a specific profile for my printer which I cannot do, what is the best profile to load?

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Did you try to calibrate on the same media what you want to print?

Try to delete any other calibrations stored. And re-calibrate the plotter on the same media or a plain paper.

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