Ok, I have a weird problem. I worked on an image in PS, a gray scale image saved as 16 bit rgb (srgb) and when I went to re-open the image, it had been in the Large File format, PS told me that some information was not readable. Nevertheless the image opened up and looks fine except there's a bit of color in it. A slight shift from green to magenta. However the image reads as absolutely neutral according to the eye dropper. I have changed the image to gray scale, saved and then changed it back to RGB and it still has the color in it. The problem is that it prints rather warm, when it's supposed to be neutral and the slight color shift of green to magenta is subtle but visible in the sky. It's not a printer or paper issue because other prints come out dead neutral using this profile and I've seen it already on 2 different brands of paper.
I am assuming that some information related to the file got corrupted, the file itself seems intact. Anyone ever have this issue?