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OK. That means the graphics and display within your MBP are operating normally. We just haven't found out where the information regarding the monitor profile is being stored. Normally it's stored in the files I asked you to move to the desktop.

What make model of external monitor(s) are you using? I'm just wondering if the problem is not with the internal settings of the MBP but rather the monitor(s) themselves. I've had strange things occur with certain external monitors that required a complete reset of the monitor settings back to factory default before I could get it working properly.

If your monitor(s) have a reset back to factory default setting, try doing that and see if things return to normal. I'm hoping the monitor is "remembering" the composite settings and that's why the display is wrong.

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