This one looks like another case for Superman, though I´d be perfectly happy to settle for MarkDS!
In the parallel thread about the LaCie 319, the above (no, not Superman) gentleman gave me much helpful advice and resolved the issues I was facing. However, there remains a further complication which is currently beyond my powers to reason out, and it is this:
I have two computers, one connected to the internet and the other, which I use for photography, is NOT connected to the internet but they both share the single, common, LaCie monitor.
As a means of making images available for transmission to the internet, I have to make recordings on CD using the photographic machine and then use that CD to make the pics available on the internet-connected machine. The problem I find is that though I am using the same, single, calibrated monitor for both computers, images that look correct on the photographic machine when viewed direct and also when played back from the CD on that machine, do NOT look the same when that CD is played on the internet-connected option. The difference seems to be that on the internet machine they look darker.
Can both computers be fixed to show the same tones on that same, single monitor, or is it a graphics card problem that is beyond simple solution?