I am working on a picture file, jpegs, changing the size, the level, etc. I open several pictures usually
3 or 4 and when I try to open the next I receive a pop up error message that says: "Could not
complete your request because of a program error.” This has just started to happen recently,
probably since I upgraded to CS6. Previously I could work on a file and have 100 or so pictures
open and still be able to open additional pictures. I have downloaded and in installed all available
updates and the message I receive when I check for updates is: “Your applications are up-to-date
as checked less than a minute ago.” I tried to Edit>Purge>All, Reset Preferences, Deleted the
Adobe Photoshop Ver. 6 Prefs.psp folder and pressed Ctrl+Alt+Shift on Photoshop startup and
deleted Adobe Photoshop Settings file. Did not work, what next?
Update your graphics driver or turn off OpenCL/ OpenGL in the prefs. Pretty obviously you are running out of graphics card VRAM because your buffers fail to flush, which is a driver problem...
I recently upgraded the Video card to a NVDIA GeForce GTX 560 wi an approximate toatl memory of 2383 MB. Also, I checked the preferences but could not find the Open CL/Open GL moniker. Where do I locte this switch? Thanks, Lyndon
This will be found in edit/preferences/performance/ under Use Graphics Processor. Try unchecking it as this takes GPU out of circuit. If no changes probably not GPU. Then try Basic mode in advanced settings.
Hi Curt Y: I checked out the NVIDIA drivers for my GTX 560 video card. It has an approximate memory of 2383 MB. I downloaded and installed the latest driver 314.22 WHQL for my card. Don't know what else to check. Lyndon