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Thanks for reporting this. Looks like a Windows-only bug.
For clarification -- does this affect the profile created?
I ask because PE gags on one of my DNG images and reports that the 'white' patch has a "significant" color cast. I'll allow for the possibility that it may have a color cast, but it isn't "significant". When I roll over the patch I can occasionally see the 'R' value fall to '0', while 'G' & 'B' appear fine.
I see other inconsistencies: the approximate average RGB values for the neutral patches (white - black) are reported as: 90, 11, 63, 34, 15, 4.
No, it only affects the readouts, not the actual profile. In your case the neutral patch values are probably 190, 111, 63, 34, 15, 4, but the first 2 are having the leading 1 cut off. PE is pretty pick about color casts because it suggests that it'll end up creating a bogus profile. The other possibility is a lot of noise in the image.