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Nvidia color profile cant find

I need some help with my color profile

i just rolled back my nvidia drivers because the new one didnt suport my nvidia color profiles and now i cant seem to find them where would thay be located

for clarification i am not talking about the nvprofile i am talking about the color profiles

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Just show all your items . then go to your boot drives ie c/:.
then find installation folder where every setup will be made.

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Thanks for all the details..

The issue seems to be with the video card drivers here...

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