Uploaded image colours different to photoshop

Hi, I've never had this experience before, however I started using lightroom 3 and photoshop CS4, and the colour calibration from photoshop to uploading is completely different. The only way past it is I've found to screen dump it, then save it as a png, yet the colours are still very distraughted .
http://photos-c.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs177.snc3/20451_1239212413707_1031169870_305 66108_2408780_n.jpg
image 2 (saved as a high quality jpeg from the TIFF):
http://photos-h.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs197.snc3/20451_1238513876244_1031169870_305 64537_3460636_n.jpg
image 2 (saved as a screen dump as a png)
http://photos-d.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc3/hs197.snc3/20451_1239215293779_1031169870_305 66113_7213148_n.jpg
Slightly better then the last but the colours are still completely wrong. The colours are fine when I send the picture over by email to someone, the colours are also fine in programs like word, paint and fax viewer (which you would expect to have no colour correction).
For the first image I showed, I combined it together, then I cropped it, saved it as a jpeg, and it still had the distraughted colours, I had to save it in png. I can't directly save it as a png because the colours are still distraugted :/
All browsers I've tried have done it, as on my friends computer. We've tried Firefox, chrome, internet explorer and oprah, ff on linux also.
Photos have been 16 bit modified to 8 bit, however, I've done that plenty of times in the past and its made no difference to the colours. 2nd image is 16 bit png and still weird :/
I've also tried to upload them to about 5 differnet sites, (facebook, devientart, flickr, imageshack & photo.net gallery). Attachments also do not look fine (however attachments for other sites do :/ *is very stumped*
Please help. *note, 1st image was edited in lightroom > cs4 > cs3*
Thank you

Both images are RGB, I think it might be something to do wiht lightroom, since when I import it into lightroom to CS4 save it and then go into CS3. Colour space is RGB, and both pictures have been converted into 8 bit, however, wihtout the conversion, they still have the desaturated colours.
Before I was using Adobe CS3 and the in built RAW photo editor, which has been fine. Ever since I've been using lightroom / CS4 combination (I switched both programs at the exact same time), its been a problem. However some images have a greater effect then others (for black and white you hardly notice).
Would it have something to do with the rendering mode in lightroom? Since I do not have the correct graphics drivers to render in CS4 because my fan doesn't work in my GPU...its holding on till I get a new one, barely...

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