Please go the Edit option from the Library Module, then go to the Preferences.
Please go to the Performance Tab and uncheck the option for " Use Graphics Processor"
Restart lightroom, and check if it works.
Please let us know if it helps.
Do all the photos in LR have a pink tint, even if they don't come from the G4 or is the G4 the only place you've imported from so far? If so, then try importing other photos elsewhere on your computer, and see if they have the same issue.
Usually a tint is due to a bad monitor profile, one that LR doesn't understand. When this is the problem the histogram area at the upper-right is also tinted the same as the photos, whereas other parts of the user-interface are gray like they're supposed to be.
If it's not the GPU that causing the problem, then set your display profile to something other than the corrupted one it has, now. See this document:
JPEG comes through, but the DNG does not.
Waiting for my photos to sync up. I think I came up with the answer, I upgraded to Windows 10, wonder if that has anything to do with it?
Download photo via Photoshop CC and it does great. Save it and do an Import into lightroom CC. Works great then. otherwise, still have the pink blotting out the photo. Thanks everyone for your help.
Can we see a screenshot of what you see? A "pink tint" and "pink blotting" sound like two different sorts of things.
A tint across all photos is likely caused by Windows 10 replacing the monitor profile with something incompatible as described, below, but pink blotching if that's what you're meaning, is likely corrupted raw data, which could be anywhere from the camera writing things wrong to the card, the card being bad, the USB cable or reader being bad, or something in the memory or hard-disk of the computer being bad.
To me it looks like the raw data is corrupted.
If you transfer the files again, does the second copy of the same image have the same issue as the first copy or does the apparent corruption change between the first copy and the 2nd. Knowing this would help understand if the DNGs are being produced this way or if something is occurring in the transfer or after they've been copied.
What size are these DNGs? Are they smaller than normal?