There was an identical post only a couple of weeks ago. Was that you?
First, try Adobe RGB. If that works, there really is something odd with your ProPhoto profile.
Second, see if you actually have it installed. It's under Windows > system32 > spool > drivers > color. Then there's a copy under Program Files (x86) > Common Files > Adobe > Color > Profiles. I don't know which one is accessed here, but ProPhoto should be in both, and it's 1kB.
Thanks D Fosse. Yes, I posted the same question last weekend but thought it got buried so I resubmitted.
Thanks for the trouble shooting steps. I will give Adobe RGB a try.
I also looked in the file paths you mentioned. The Windows System32 color driver folder did not have a ProPhoto color profile file. Here is what is there:
And here is what is in the Adobe color profiles folder. I don't see the sRGB, AdobeRGB or ProPhoto profiles listed.
Is there a place a can download the color profiles and save them to these folders?
Thanks Dave! I just copied all the files over and the ICC profile issue I encountered is no longer occurring. Appreciate the help!
Hey! there's something peculiar I've witnessed on both of your and the OP's screenshots:
some of the profiles have no icon, and the first of your screenshot doesn't display their size, but I'm assuming that they are of 0kb in size, meaning they're corrupted, loading any file that may be associated with it may pop those messages as well, and you'll need to copy the files from the Recommended folder to windows's profile folder (as seen on both of your screenshots and suggested by Dave). I suspect the ones that without the icons are the corrupted ones, in your case I believe those are AdobeRGB, sRGB (But theres also another one in the same folder, so I'm not quite sure if it needs to be replaced) and also I believe it should ask you for administrator privileges in order to complete the transfer from the Recommended folder to %windir%\system32\spool\drivers\color.