Could you explain what native means Different settings give different colours or casts Is your monitor now looking a bit bluer? It is important that you don't image edit a "cast" into an image
'Native' I think means that the display will use the white balance specified by the display as it's native WB. This is the way LCDs are calibrated, I believe, but usually CRTs are set at 6500K. Interestingly, my monitor's native setting is 6500K. Calibrating the display with a setting of 6500K made everything PINK. Calibrating with 'Native' makes everything look great. I definately don't want to edit in a color cast, but I can't believe that the pink version is the accurate one. And since the Native setting is also 6500K I assume it's some kind of bug with my monitor (or in the software when using my monitor) as someone also suggested to me.
I ran msconfig.exe and looked under Startup and Services. The only Adobe program listed was labeled, "stopped." I'm still having the problem, but it only happens when I log off my user account, the computer enters Sleep mode, then I reenter my user account. Restarting the computer or logging out and back into my account fixes the problem. Strange that only my user account is affected. Other accounts on this computer load the ICC profile correctly every time.