I'm using win10 with canon pro100 printer. For color management and ICM matching under printer preferences, the user manual says to go to the Main tab, color management, Matching, and ICM . Under the Input profile, I should see Standard for sRGB data and Adobe RGB for Adobe RGB data. According to the manual, if the Adobe RGB profile is not displayed, it must be installed. However, I have checked the location (C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers\color) and can see the AdobeRGB.icc profile. I have right clicked to ensure it is installed but I still do not see it as an option under the Input Profile setting. I have installed the latest printer & XPS drivers.
Is there something else I should do?
I print from Lightroom and never use ICM printing. ICM is some sort of Windows process.
I have my driver set up for Matching->None and choose the paper ICC profile in my software.
If you only use Canon paper you could select Auto and let the driver select the Canon ICC profile for the Canon paper type you are using.