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Sorry I couldn't be more specific with the title...

Anyway, iTunes looks like this:

iTunes

...and Windows Photo Viewer looks like this:

Dog

I haven't seen the problem anywhere else, and I have no idea what's causing it. Can anyone help?

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I don't think this can't be a monitor issue (since you can copy and paste and we can see the green).

Click Start, type Color Management and select Colour Management.
In the Color Management dialog box, click to select the Use my settings for this device check box.
In the Profiles associated with this device list, click the color profile that you want to remove, and then click Remove.
Note If you receive a warning message, click Yes.
Click Close to close the Color Management dialog box.
Restart the computer.
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If that fails, I suggest you update the drivers for your graphics card/device. Some times the chipset drivers can help as they bundle all sorts of goodies in there.

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