It seems everytime I go into CS6 Photoshop and try to Liquify, the program crashes. I have Adobe CS6, Intel Core 3, Windows 7, Intel HD Graphics, 188.8.131.529 is the Graphics Version. I need this for SCHOOL work. Can someone please help me out??
Liquify on CS6 is usually a graphics card/driver problem. If you have HD4000 it should work if you have latest driver. (get from Intel not MS auto updater). You can also go into preferences/performance and set the GPU to Basic in advanced properties.
The computer is an Intel Computer, as far as I can tell, and as I said - their driver is not working.
And that makes no sense, since I have had Adobe there has been no updates for it (at least it hasn't given me a warning to update the creative suit yet), and it was working 3 days ago with no issues.
Ok I got the delete settings box, now I have something that says " PS detected graphics hardware that is not officially supported. If you experience problems, please uncheck the Use Graphics Processor checkbox in the Performance panel of the Preferences dialog."
If I uncheck it, as it asks me to do, what is the draw back?
Ok so I got the liquify in PS to start working, but now after I hit the OK button, nothing happens. It just stays on the Liquify box.
Liquify still supports CPU only mode. If you press a modifier key (I don't remember the exact key) very quickly after starting Liquify it will only use the CPU. It will pop a dialog telling you that you are in CPU mode. There are Intel HD 4000 machines that operate correctly with Liquify so I suspect your driver needs an update.
Made an account just to help you out, I was also having thwe same problem, I have two graphic cards.. in case you have the same thing, just go to desktop > Right click and select CONFIGURE SWITCHABLE GRAPHICS > Go to ALL APPLICATIONS > Selecet photoshop cs6 and set high performance to POWER SAVING (this will disable the radeon graphics use for photoshop and all the features will work dont worry about that)
I hope it helps ^_^