icc Profiles error on Macbook Pro running Big Sur

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Nov 25, 2020

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Hello,

     I ran apple's Color Sync Utility to check the icc profiles that I have on my system, and got a list of the following. I've attached a screenshot. This is the first time that I'm running the Utility, so I don't know if it had these errors earlier, or whether they are important. Clicking the "Repair" button gave an error message saying that the files were locked (presumably by Adobe).

 

    Any ideas how/ whether to fix this?

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Rajnesh

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icc Profiles error on Macbook Pro running Big Sur

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Hello,

     I ran apple's Color Sync Utility to check the icc profiles that I have on my system, and got a list of the following. I've attached a screenshot. This is the first time that I'm running the Utility, so I don't know if it had these errors earlier, or whether they are important. Clicking the "Repair" button gave an error message saying that the files were locked (presumably by Adobe).

 

    Any ideas how/ whether to fix this?

Thanks,

Rajnesh

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This would ideally be a question for Apple's 'Colorsync users' forum.

https://lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/colorsync-users

However, although I've not seen that specific error before I am aware that errors flagged in the Colorsync utility are said to often be spurious. If everything works as you'd expect then it would seem safe to ignore. 

I googled the error, maybe you did too? but did not see any useful solutions.

Header message digest (MD5) is not correct

I hope this helps
neil barstow, colourmanagement net :: adobe forum volunteer
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BTW, better to past images into forum text, save us all having to download your attachment. 

 

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Thank you, Neil.

I'll follow up with Apple's community and post back here if I get an answer there.

Happy Thanksgiving.

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Rajensh

Hope you had a great Thanksgiving

I suggest you also flag it up as a bug to Adobe here 

[ https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/categories/photoshop_family_photoshop ] 

 since, given their location - those profiles were apparently installed by Adobe. 

 

I don't have all the profiles installed in the specific folder that are showing errors in the list you posted - maybe they are installed with Photoshop 2021? mine's CC2019 20.0.9

The ones I do have, though, don't show errors in ColorThink Pro, an industry standard ICC profile tool - here's a couple of examples.

 

Still looks like an OSX Colorsync utility error to me 

When I run verify on my mac I see 218 bad profiles, with various errors - many of which have been in use for years!

 

Screen Shot 2020-11-27 at 07.56.03.jpg

 

Screen Shot 2020-11-27 at 07.55.28.jpg

 

 

 

I hope this helps
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