I'm really sorry if this has been posted elsewhere, I'm in a bit of a rush and as such didn't have time to check first. Basically I was just wondering if anyone else had encountered this problem or knew of a way of fixing it. I updated to the latest nVidia GeForce drivers the other day, and since doing so I've noticed that any video files I play seem to have ridiculously high brightness and contrast which makes them unwatchable. I'm having trouble getting a screenshot as winamp, windows media player and DIVx all seem to prevent me screening them. It seems to be doing this sporadically though, as when I just tried to screen it, it was working fine, then I started playing a file again and it was back to how it was before. I'm sorry for the vague description, but without a screenshot it's difficult to describe well. I've tried to mess with the graphics cards settings like gamma, color correction etc but to no avail and I also tried to rollback the driver to the previous version but this also yielded no results. As I said, this issue has only arisen after updating to the latest nVidia GeForce driver. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
(System specs for reference : Pentium 4 HT 3.6gHz, 1GB DDR2 RAM, 300GB SATA HDD, Audigy 2ZS Sound)