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First, make sure you have all the Photoshop updates installed - you should be on 14.1.2.
Then make sure that all your drivers are up to date (especially the video card driver, which should be updated from the GPU maker's website).
If you have any third party plugins, try disabling them.
Same goes for Flash panels.
Photoshop is up to date, my AMD video drivers are a little out of date, updating them now.
I don’t use any 3rd party plugins, and I don’t know what flash panels are, so I probably don’t have that either.
I will keep you posted on the results, thanks
Updated video drivers, still same issues. Crashes or freezes a lot.
After running memtest I found out my RAM was bad. 32GB of fresh RAM, no problem since.
I have the same problem with up to date PhotoShop and Mac OS X Mavericks
Unless you are on Windows 7 and also have bad RAM.... no, you don't have the same problem. This topic is about someone on Windows 7 who found out he had bad RAM.
My problem is that PhotoShop freezes daily several times. It is not responding. To me that is "the same problem"
Erik, what version of Photoshop are you using? was another version working? Chris is right, your issue must be linked to Mavericks (but you could still try to remove some RAM sticks for troubleshooting sake.)
I guess I am using the latest version of Photoshop 14.1.2. x64
My Mac is OS X 10.9
Processor 2 x 2.8 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon
Memory 6 GB 800 MHz RAM
I don't know how to remove RAM sticks.
I am just a photographer and don't know much about computer technology
I don’t know what a mac equivalent is for memtest, but I would suggest finding one to rule the memory out
So it turns out that I spoke too soon.
I am still getting 4 or so program crashes (not responding) a day. I ran memtest again on the new memory, passed with 0 errors. I installed the ASUS motherboard diagnostic utility, and it passed. I installed the WD diagnostic tool, passed.
There are 2 main events that are reccuring:
Faulting application name: Photoshop.exe, version: 188.8.131.527, time stamp: 0x524002c6
Faulting module name: ole32.dll, version: 6.1.7601.17514, time stamp: 0x4ce7c92c
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x0000000000029d76
Faulting process id: 0x1f90
Faulting application start time: 0x01cee0b954e596d5
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC (64 Bit)\Photoshop.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\system32\ole32.dll
Report Id: d7d2f2c0-4cb5-11e3-9fbe-f46d0490ad80
The program Photoshop.exe version 184.108.40.2067 stopped interacting with Windows and was closed. To see if more information about the problem is available, check the problem history in the Action Center control panel.
Process ID: 910
Start Time: 01cee094509ff116
Termination Time: 158
Application Path: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC (64 Bit)\Photoshop.exe
Your problem is with Faulting module name: ole32.dll
Google this and see if you can find a fix. Beware of offers to download our program and it will fix it.
some of the modules are photoshop.exe, ntdll.dll, unknown, and of course, ole32.dll.
Also, I am getting the same exception code for crashes for firefox, powerpoint, acrobat etc
I could not find anything online except run windows updates (my machine has all updates), and run sfc /scannow (no errors)
Have you figured out anything yet?
We have VERY identical issues with OLE32.dll and daily random crashes in Photoshop CC. Indesign and other CC software works ok though. We have nine identical computers which all are affected. Your machine seems to be very similar:
Core i7 - 4770 @ 3,4GHz
4x8 Gt RAM
Asus Z87-K Motherboard
Win 7 x64
Any software tweaks/installations I've tried hasn't been working. So I think this is hardware/driver issue/bug. Maybe memory related.
In my case I replaced the motherboard, video card and power supply - after reinstalling everything, I havent had a problem since.
my problem may not be the same as yours, my crashes torwards the end were on random programs - sometimes photoshop, sometimes outlook, sometimes notepad++.
I would definately start with a memtest scan, but it seems unlikely to have that happen to all 9 of your machines.