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Adobe Photoshop Elements 11

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by tommy2k8, Dec 31, 2012.

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  1. tommy2k8

    tommy2k8 Thread Starter

    Jun 26, 2008
    I don't know whether this is in the right forum, but do move it if it is:

    I use PhotoShop Elements 10, I upgraded to 11, on a Windows 7 64-bit system. When I try to change colour handling and colour management, for some reason I cannot change the either settings, they return to the previous settings!

    I have tried uninstalling all the Photoshops and print software and reinstalling in various combinations. It seems to be okay for a while and then for no logical reason the problem re-occurs!

    I have an HP as a day-to-day printer and an Epson R3000 for photographic work.

    It is strange but I now have a similar issue with the HP on my other PC (also Win 7 64-bit and exactly the same software)

    I have had an online chat with Adobe and they have reset the colour preference file, which apparently were corrupt, and it worked for a while, then reverted back again.

    My friend has exactly the same software, same OS, even the same Epson printer, and his works perfectly!

    Any clues please?
  2. Knotbored


    Jun 5, 2004
    look up information on google about the old program:
    adobe gamma loader.exe
    I had problems years ago making my monitor colors match my printer and someone suggested running this program at startup. Its been so long ago I can't remember the exact reasoning, but it has run on my XP and earlier windows with no problems. It may resolve your problem of the computer always goinng back to the wrong default colors.
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