I already saw that post and tried it. It didn't change anything. Same problem still.
I'm still dead in the water here... any other suggestions?
I got it working with the help of Live Chat tech support. There was some sort of error happening with my graphics driver... something that was not a problem with my previous version of Photoshop was now a problem with the new version. I updated the graphic card driver and software via the manufacturer's website and that helped me get through.
After updating the driver... at first it felt like I was going backward a bit... I got an expired trial period error again on opening Photoshop the first time, but then I tried again logging out and logging back in to CC as noted previously ( http://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/cc-applications-crash-immediately- launch.html ) ... and this time that helped fix the trial error and this time that was not followed by crashing (thanks to the graphics driver update).
I have an ATI Radeon HD 5670 graphics card. The previous version of the driver I was running did not work with Photoshop CC. I have now updated the driver to version 220.127.116.11 and everything is working now.
Thanks to the Live Chat technician who quickly identified my graphics card as the issue!
Same here ... I recently (yesterday) updated PS CC (14.1) through Creative Cloud. Therefor it was running ok, but after the update is crashed after several seconds. On there recommendations I upgraded the Display (ATI Radeon HD 5450) to 12.104 ... but still it crashes. The error message displays another Error DLL then before. So the update of the display drivers was done correctly. I still have the same issue that I can't use Photoshop CC.
I tried to resolve the issue by logging out from Creative Cloud desktop, start PS CC and log in. But that also didn't do it for me.
Is there anyone who has a solution? Many thanks in advance.
What does the crash report say? What is the faulting DLL?
It was exactly like the original thread starter, on the atiocl64.dll dll, it seems like it's gone.
Due to the fact that I wasn't able to work with Photoshop CC I installes my 'old' CS PS6. After installation, PS CC 32 bits seems to work and also (curious) PS CC 64 bits. I just edited a photo from Lightroom in PS CC and it didn't fail me.
Now Creative cloud want's to update my 'old' PS CS 6, but I don't dare.