Reply 20 of 28, by duga3
From what I have seen G2 is usually between 100-150 after calibration, depending on model and age.
Did you actually perform the full white point balance procedure (for all color temps, 9300K, .. etc.) or just hexedited the G2 value?
Result should not be greenish, unless you are absolutely not used to how 9300K white point looks and prefer yellow (warm) tint of lower temperatures.
Also make sure to archive at least one backup DAT somewhere because it is easy to (temporarily) "brick" the monitor with incorrect settings and loading older backup DAT file is probably the only way to make it work again.
I would also like to say again that you should not perform any more Image Restorations now that you have WinDAS, ever. IR takes all your hard calibration work and throws it out the window basically.