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I would first check out your GPU.
Check out this thread at the FAQ...
you can troubleshoot some issues with the GPU.
Actually I got it to work, when I use the sliders it crashed but when I gradually moved
The sliders it didn't crash. This is too much time consume and it's
Not normal, I may have to update my driver
The driver update didn't help but it did show what the problem is
It says that the driver cannot handle the oil paint filter memory usage
Is there a specific setting I need to change for photoshop
In the nvidea driver control panel, I have played with the
Settings but has nt made a difference yet
Do you have Photoshop CS6 Extended? If so there's a Preferences panel called 3D where you can set the amount of graphics processor memory Photoshop is to use. I'm not completely sure that affects the GPU usage in non-3D operations, but it's worth looking into.