Are you on PS 13.0.1?
Did you update from the Intel website? Using MS updater is not best.
Does surface pro have the resources to run CS6? Runs best with 8 gig ram, 60-120 gig scratch drive, GPU with 1 gig VRAM
If Intel does not have an updated driver, I would check the MS Surface Pro Web site.
If no updated driver exists, you might get it to run, if you turn off all graphics acceleration.
Unfortunately, Intel graphics chips are good, but driver support has been horrible. I recommend against using them, if one has programs like Ps CS 6, Premiere Pro CS 5 - 6, Premiere Elements 9 - 11, After Effects CS 6, any 3D applications, etc.. The Intel chips and drivers are OK for checking e-mail, surfing the Web, doing light wordprocessing, or some spreadsheet work, i.e. the tasks that they were designed for. They fall far short with video-intensive applications, that need to interface with the video driver.
Using MS updater is not best.
I agree completely. While I am sure that Windows has actually gotten the video driver updating correct (at least once), in the vast majority of the situations, it will be 6 - 9 mos. out of date. Now, with Intel, that might be as good as it gets, but with nVidia, or AMD/ATI, that will likely be 6 - 12 driver versions out of date - not good.
Thanks for pointing that out,
I think this is related to the problem I'm seeing, and it was likely related to Windows Update, since I ran that recently. Only I'm not even running photoshop. I'm trying to run an openGL program that I'm writing, and I'm seeing the same error from the same dll as you. I'm also using the Surface Pro, and this program used to run fine for me. Let me know if you find a solution.
I grabbed the latest intel driver from (https://downloadcenter.intel.com/confirm.aspx?httpDown=http://downloadmirror.intel.com/226 05/a08/Win64_15313.exe&lang=eng&Dwnldid=22605&ProductID=3712&ProductFamily=Graphics&Produc tLine=Laptop+graphics+drivers&ProductProduct=3rd+Generation+Intel%c2%ae+Core%e2%84%a2+Proc essors+with+Intel%c2%ae+HD+Graphics+4000) and that did the trick.