Found my own solution, which might be helpful to anyone else using this under
XP. The problem (as outlined with Vista in one of these threads) is the use
of a colour management profile.
Right click on the desk top
Chose 'properties'; 'settings'; 'advanced'; 'color management'
Remove any colour management
I like it that Vista casts yellow, XP green...
However the inability of Live Windows Photo Gallery to correctly take into
account colour management profiles is a strong minus for any serious graphics
user who needs to use colour profiles... The profile I was using is actually
the correct one for the monitor, provided by the monitor manufacturer.
> I'm using Windows Live Photo Gallery, running in XP SP2, and when I click on
> a thinmbnail, and it enlarges a picture, it is adding a green cast to the
> picture (so snow, for example, is light green).
> Does anyone have any solutions to this (I should add that this doesn't
> happen in any other of my many graphics programs)?