N/APosted on - 07/27/2014
I don’t know what could be the problem with my monitor and how this is affecting my Photoshop. This is the error that appeared for the first time this morning. Ignore profile or use anyway doesn’t change anything in my system or on the program. What this error means ? Should I be worried ?
Regards experts !
The monitor profile “AOC 919” appears to be defective. Please rerun your monitor calibration software.
Adobe Photoshop CS Extended with monitor problems
I think the error refers to the color profile in the Color Management that your monitor uses to display the images on the screen. The profile is selected automatically by the operating system. In my PC, the computer uses NTSC1953. You can check the color profile your monitor uses by clicking Start, Control Panel, Appearance and Themes, and then select Display. In Display Properties screen, select Settings tab and then click Advanced. See image.
In your monitor’s settings, select Color Management tab. This tab displays the list of available color profiles for your monitor. The profile selected is set by the system but you can select a different profile if you wish to change it. See image.
In my case, when I was first using Adobe Photoshop 7, the Color Management displays different color profiles not just one. But when I shifted to Adobe Photoshop CS2, only one color profile is available. In your case, follow the steps mentioned above to go to Color Management. Check the color profiles available, select a different profile, and then click OK.
Start Adobe Photoshop again and see if it works. If a similar error occurs, try reinstalling Adobe Photoshop. Uninstall Adobe Photoshop, restart the computer, and then install it back. It should fix corrupted color profiles.