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    Yellow mark appears on picture when viewed through windows Photo viewer

    I was using windows vista and now shifted to windows 7 RC. I have noticed that windows photo viewer specially puts a yallow case over images. However this is not the case with other photo viewer applications. I already have nvidia drivers and 8800GTS video card which are up to date. Is there any fix for this?



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    Support Array
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    Re: Yellow mark appears on picture when viewed through windows Photo viewer

    To fix this issue,restore normal colors in windows photo Gallery.To do the same,navigate to Control Panel->Hardware and Sound->Color Management.Then select "Display Device". After that check the box which shows an option “Use my setting for this device” and click on "Add". Once done,choose “sRGB IEC61966-2.1” and set it as default. It should fix your issue. However if you are still facing the same issue, Go to the Desktop and right click there. Select the Personalize>>Display Settings>>Advanced Settings>>Color Management Tab>>Color Management Button and select your Display in the Device drop-down list.You are done now.


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    Re: Yellow mark appears on picture when viewed through windows Photo viewer

    To solve this problem follow these instructions

    • Go to the start button and click on it
    • Then select the Control panel
    • Now choose the option Hardware and Sound
    • Then choose the option Color Management
    • Now select the option Display Device
    • Now locate the option Use my settings for this device
    • Then check the check box next to it and then tap on Add
    • Now choose the sRGB IEC61966-2.1 and set it as default
    By changing the default value your problem will be solved.

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