Default Display Profiles missing

Reloaded OSX which solved some issues. Now the default display profiles are missing. The only ones listed are Adobe RGB 1998, sRGB Profile and Generic RGB. When I try to calibrate any of the three there message says The Factory Profile for the display could not be found.
How can I get these back ?
Please help....my daughters screen is very blue !!

See this post and the final post for a solution.
http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=3765033&#3765033
2x2.5G5   Mac OS X (10.4.8)  

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