Help me!

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  1. BROTHYAM

    BROTHYAM New Member

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    How can I extract the yellowish color?

    Bad color!.

    It should turn this way:
    Sin título-1.

    The same thing happens in Photoshop, One sees as the first image, but save as the last image.

    Has someone some idea to fix it?

    I have a LCD monitor Samsung, Nvidia Geforce 8500 Gt video, Core 2 quad, 4Gb ram.
     
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  2. reghakr

    reghakr Excellent Member

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    Could you please provide more specs about you computer especially the exact make and model of your graphics card.
     
  3. BROTHYAM

    BROTHYAM New Member

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    I have a LCD monitor Samsung, Nvidia Geforce 8500 Gt video, Core 2 quad, 4Gb ram.
     
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    BROTHYAM New Member

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    Why??????
    This problem is driving me crazy!!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. reghakr

    reghakr Excellent Member

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    Sorry I thought it was a Windows 7 problem.

    You'll need a accomplished Photoshop user for a solution.
     
  6. Joe S

    Joe S Excellent Member

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    Did you check on the Adobe site and see if there were any updates?
    Joe
     
  7. RAK

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    I don't use photoshop. But it looks like you need to select another "save as " option. It is either saving , as default, in two-tone, or in 8bit RGB.
     

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