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PT1510MX monitor using GUNZE usb controller will not stay calibrated. I can replace it with another monitor and it works fine.

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I have also been experiencing the very frustrating "Error Code 2" issue half way thru the calibration process. Sometimes the error occurs during measurement No. 1; other times on the 2nd or 3rd measurement.
I am running a MacBookPro running OSX 10.7 (Lion Server) w/ Vmware Fusion v4.1.1 and Windows XP (SP2).
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I found out after some experimentation that the issue is not so much the Alpine Imprint S/W, but much so with the USB/Serial interface hardware. The S/W has issues with error recovery, which forces the user to close and restart the application if an exception is encountered...but if the exception can be avoided in the first hand, it runs fine!
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(3) Within XP, open up Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Computer Management->Device Manager, locate under "Ports" the corresponding port that the USB<->Serial interface emulates. Usually this is USB Serial Port (COM3).
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