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judywatsonn [Avatar]
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Hey guys,

I recently installed the Photodirector software on my gaming desktop to edit some photos, but I'm running into some problems.
Firstly, I noticed that my computer's performance has slowed down significantly since installing the software. It's taking longer to load games and applications, and the overall performance of the system seems to be affected.

Secondly, I'm having some trouble with the color calibration of my monitor. When I edit photos on Photodirector, the colors appear much darker and more saturated than they do on my monitor. This makes it difficult to accurately edit my photos.

Has anyone else experienced similar issues with Photodirector on their gaming desktop? I would really appreciate any advice or suggestions on how to resolve these issues.

Thanks in advance!

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Senior Contributor Private Message Location: California, USA Joined: Sep 16, 2011 16:04 Messages: 8406 Offline
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I can't see how PhD would affect your laptop like that, but you can use Windows' System Restore tool to go back to where your system was before you installed PhD. Tons of articles out there on that subject if you need more details.

If everything is indeed ok, try installing PhD again. If not, maybe try going back further until you have everything working like you remember, and then pay careful attention as you install each update and new app.
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