Tommaso Schiavinotto wrote:
I have some news, an operator of the support told me that they are going to replace the device after having me asked to run a windows program to obtain the serial number (that was -1, as in Argycms).
They asked me as soon I get the new device to run the program for getting the serial number in Windows and only after using Argyllcms. They told me that they want to be sure argyllcms is not going to rewrite the EEPROM. Althought they admit this would be the first report of such a kind.
It would be a strange incident if Argyll had written the serial number, given that although there is code in the driver to write the EEPROM, it is not called by anything. In fact a smart code optimizer would leave the code out of the object file... cheers, Graeme Gill.