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Most likely it's a defective monitor profile. If you don't have a calibrator, which is the proper way to deal with this, replace your current monitor profile with sRGB IEC61966-2.1 for now. It won't be entirely accurate, but better than a broken profile.
Relaunch Photoshop when done, it loads the profile at application startup:
Hello! I was having this issue, and your advice helped. My concern is, will this affect the performance of my graphics card/monitor due to the fact that, as you said, "it's not entirely accurate"? How would I go about getting the correct monitor profile for my laptop (I have the Asus zenbook pro duo as well). Thank you for any direction you can provide.
The job of the monitor profile is to be an accurate description (or map, if you will) of the display's actual response. Photoshop uses that map to represent the file accurately on screen. That's the color managed display pipeline.
The only way to do that is to measure the display, and this is what a calibrator does. A generic profile may be reasonably close, but it can't be entirely accurate.
See this post (from another thread) that I wrote just earlier today:
Hi! Well it looks like I updated all of the drivers and followed the thread and everything looks ok now, thanks guys !