When I try to use the Oil Paint filter in Photoshop, I get this error message:
"The filter you were using encountered an unknown graphics processor error that caused an unexpected exit. Check the manufacturer's website for the latest software."
I have updated both my system and Photoshop. When I'm at work on a newer machine the filter works great, but I've been working from home on a macbook from 2007 and it doesn't work. I can't afford to buy an ENTIRELY NEW laptop simply to use this filter.
Below are my mac and graphic card specs - is there anything I can do?
|Processor Name:||Intel Core 2 Duo|
|Processor Speed:||2.1 GHz|
|Number Of Processors:||1|
|Total Number Of Cores:||2|
|L2 Cache:||3 MB|
|Bus Speed:||800 MHz|
|Boot ROM Version:||MB41.00C1.B00|
|SMC Version (system):||1.31f1|
|Serial Number (system):||W8835A9X0P0|
Sudden Motion Sensor:
Intel GMA X3100:
Chipset Model: GMA X3100
VRAM (Total): 144 MB
Vendor: Intel (0x8086)
Device ID: 0x2a02
Revision ID: 0x0003
Resolution: 1280 x 800
Pixel Depth: 32-Bit Color (ARGB8888)
Main Display: Yes
Status: No Display Connected
Photoshop CS6's GPU requirements are here along with discussion of the Oil Paint filter.
When you go to Preferences > Performance and look at the GPU settings, what is the mode? Basic, Normal, or Advanced?
Perhaps you can try ratcheting down the settings,but I somehow sense your video card is not supported and your vram is below the 256MB minimum.