The only problem I have is that the pictures in Library Mode always display the raw file rather than the developed file. This applies to new and moved files.
I would check to see if you have a bad monitor profile
I copied everything under Pictures to the new PC
Did this include your Catalog file? (xxxxx.LRCAT)
adjustments moved over just fine
Again- Do you mean the Catalog opened fine, and you can see history for any developed images in the Develop Module?
I have imported and run quite a few photos through it
Does this mean you created a 'new' catalog and re-imported all your photos on the new PC ?
Thank you. I have double checked everything.
My catalogs moved over and opened just fine. All photos are there. All adjustment history is there. New photos were imported into existing catalogs. I will run a test though of creating a new catalog and importing some new photos to see if I experience the same problem.
Thank you. The set up is as you indicate...but you got me thinking about the display and driver.
I have enable graphics card turned on in Lightroom. I have a supported NVIDIA driver in the new machine as well as old. When I turn off the enable graphics card in preferences in Lightroom, the "developed" photo will no longer render with the changes. It is now the same as the library photo which also shows no changes made to the photo. I have reinstalled the newest graphics drivers for both the NVIDIA card as well as the monitor (BENQ 2411) to no avail. I have disabled the NVIDIA driver and no proper rendering of the photo in either library or develop mode.
So it would seem my situation is that the photos only render properly in Develop mode if I have enabled the NVIDIA driver in Lightroom, but never renders properly in either Library mode or Develop mode if I am using the built in Intel video driver.
This seems to point to some kind of video card issue in the computer. I will investigate.
Can you post two screenshots of the entire Lightroom window - one with an image open in Library, and one of the same image in Develop? Make sure that the histogram is visible in both screenshots.