I use LR5.7 on Windows 10 on Thinkpad W510 with Laptop Wide Gamut display. After update to Win 10 and after color calibration with dispcal/argyll I notice a pink and greenish tint, mainly in the whites (maybe only there obvious). When I export to jpg and open in a color managed viewer like XnView I do not see the pink. If I open the jpg again with settings reset in LR, the pink is back. So it appears like a display problem in LR. I have in the meantime updated the NVIDIA Quadro FX 880M driver and tried to switch color profiles, and many reboots, with no effect. Any help would be greatly acknowledged.
Does the grey part of the histogram in Lightroom show this pink/green cast? If so, the only thing this could mean is that the monitor calibration is incorrect.
Clearly a problem with the display color profile. You should get a real calibrator and calibrate your screen with that. The argyll stuff has many options and can create very good profiles but also many places where it can go wrong - especially if you have a wide gamut screen. You're better off using a spyder or other color calibration hardware solution with its native software. Make sure the calibrator can calibrate screens with the display technology you are using. Many older ones can't correctly calibrate wide gamut screens with LED backlights.