So a couple of weeks ago, I installed the Creators Update on my PC and I immediately noticed that the gamma/brightness levels were completely messed up. Everything was super bright and text was hard to read. In fact, it was so poorly calibrated that I started getting headaches just looking at the screen. Even rolling back didn't help so I downloaded Windows 10 Anniversary and performed a clean install. Guess what? The colors were still completely washed out.
So I decided to unplug my Nvidia card and test out the integrated Intel chipset and that didn't seem to help at all. I have also tested my monitor with several other computers so it's not that either. I went so far as to download calibration profiles for my monitor, but none of it seems to make any difference.
So now I'm on Windows 10 Anniversary 1607 build 14393.1715 with the latest Nvidia drivers installed, and I have no idea how to proceed with this issue. Oh, and I also tried the insider build of the Fall Creators Update, but no dice.
I'd really appreciate some help here. Thanks!
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