Weird problem dual monitor with change of colors in the image

I have two monitors, the same brand and type, even the parameters of color and adjustments, and until this image was the same on both of them. Nothing about the monitors or color preferences, I changed, but all of a sudden I started having this weird problem. Example:

1 here is the screenshot. I have a pure red picture, palettes and layers panel are on the second monitor.


2. I'm starting to drag the window to the other monitor and ALL HOLDING the mouse button (as I said, dragging)


3 and when I release the color mouse suddenly changes.


If I choose window and then drag again color returns to normal. As soon as I release the mouse changes color.

This only happens on the second monitor.

I reinstalled the drivers graphics and also re-installed Photoshop CC 2014.

I also changed the settings so that the picture both monitors say is the same (in double screen under windows) and there is no problem then. If I return to the extended display problems with BUGS. But as soon as I lock the computer, then connect again the problem arises again.

Any ideas that I have to do or how to fix it?

Hey there '60 seconds '.

Are the two video outputs of your the same fate from the back of the monitors themselves? I had this problem some time while creating my quad-monitor put in place with several types of outputs and how it can be frustrating!

If they are the same outputs, I think you might want to try a lead to ensure that only one you currently use that creates color strange question is not defective.

I hope this helps!


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