Raw files don't look like raw files anymore

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Jun 29, 2022 Jun 29, 2022

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Since updated suddenly my raw files don't show like raw files anymore. They are super saturated and contrasty, I didn't change anything on import presets, they are just set to as shot on camera. See below the difference between my raw file, and as soon as I click on it it gets this look.

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LEGEND ,
Jun 29, 2022 Jun 29, 2022

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What software are you using? What version NUMBER? What operating system? What camera?

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Jun 29, 2022 Jun 29, 2022

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First, the preview architecture in Develop is unique to all other modules and the most accurate preview of the data. You should always view previews there and elsewhere at 1:1 or greater and when comparing, use the same zoom for each. 
It is normal to see slight differences at 1:1 but if really excessive, the first thing to try is to disable GPU in preferences; better? If not, you might have a corrupted display profile. Recalibrate the display or whatever you usually do to create a display profile. When given the option to build this profile, pick Version 2 (not V4) and Matrix not LUT. 

Also, this is really what a raw file looks like (nothing like anything you'll ever see in LR):

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