There is a problem with the monitor profile VX3276-QHD 6500K. I get a window that says to use the monitor's calibration software to adjust it. No matter which button I press in that window, "Ignore Profile" or "Always Use", the colors are yellowish.
I have asked the monitor manufacturer and done many things but no solution. The monitor manufacturer is
It seems that the ICC profile for the "VX3276-QHD 6500K" has probably been corrupted. Changing the default ICC profile does not seem to improve the problem. Please ask Adobe why this window appears.
When I asked Adobe, they said they could not answer because the support period has expired. What should I do?
You can't work in a color-managed application like Photoshop without a display profile. IF the one you have is broken or not working, you need a new one.
Find that ICC profile and delete it. Hopefully, the OS will build a new one. Ideally, you'd use hardware to calibrate and create a custom profile for that display. What you can't do is work with that profile or without a profile. IF the results are too yellow, it's how that profile is constructed and you'll need to find a 3rd party solution from someone like X-rite.
Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management/pluralsight"
Please report back here when you've tried D. Fosse's suggestion to delete and replace the display profile.
If that doesn’t work please replay and add a screenshot of the window you mention here:
I get a window that says to use the monitor's calibration software to adjust it. No matter which button I press in that window, "Ignore Profile" or "Always Use", the colors are yellowish.
I hope this helps neil barstow, colourmanagement net :: adobe forum volunteer:: co-author: 'getting colour right' google me "neil barstow colourmanagement" for lots of free articles on colour management