If something goes wrong in your calibration, you can start over by following these steps.
In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process of clearing previous calibrations from your computer using ROCK Desktop. Clearing previous calibrations can be useful when you want to start fresh or resolve any calibration issues. Please note that this tutorial is specific to the ROCK Desktop application and assumes you have it installed on your computer.
Step 1: Locate the Configuration Files
- Open File Explorer on your computer.
- Navigate to the AppData folder. You can do this by entering "%appdata%" (without quotes) in the File Explorer address bar and pressing Enter.
- In the AppData folder, locate and open the "ROCK Desktop" folder.
- Within the ROCK Desktop folder, you will find a "Config" subfolder. Open it.
- Inside the "Config" folder, you will see a folder named "Sensors". Open this folder.
Step 2: Identify the Sensor Configuration Files
- Within the "Sensors" folder, you will find a list of subfolders, each representing a specific sensor.
- Identify the folder for the sensor you want to clear the previous calibrations for.
Step 3: Delete the Configuration Files
- Open the sensor's folder.
- Select all the configuration files associated with the sensor. These files are usually in JSON format and may have a naming convention related to the sensor's model or serial number.
- Right-click on the selected files and choose "Delete" from the context menu. Confirm the deletion when prompted.
Step 4: Retry the calibration