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Pictures becomes bad when saving them

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Nerone, Dec 20, 2010.

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  1. Nerone

    Nerone Thread Starter

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    Hi!

    At the end of my last PC pictures went bad all of a sudden, very dark and kinda got this 256 color look.
    Not a sharp spot left.

    And now 1 PC and 7 clean re-installs later the pics started looking bad again...
    Some are okay and some are not, doesn't matter which format they are either.
    Also when I open them in Photoshop they're bright as sh** instead - only place that pics look normal is when viewing through the internet browser.

    What's happening?? Is there some codecs for pictures that can brake?
     
  2. Megabite

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    Have you transferred a picture file to another PC and see what they look like there?
     
  3. Nerone

    Nerone Thread Starter

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    Yea not bad there :eek: , and now videos and games are bad aswell - It happened after I started printing with WeGame client ingame :s Might have been the same situation last time since I just had started using it then and now installed it again.

    Edit: Can't printscreen some games it just becomes black - that's why I downloaded Wegame again, maybe it changes something since it's able to capture in those games.
     
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