>Fault Module Name: aticaldd64.dll
That very likely means you have a problem with your ATI driver
•For Windows, do NOT rely on Windows Update to have current driver information
•-you need to go direct to the vendor web site and check updates for yourself
•ATI Driver Autodetect http://support.amd.com/en-us/download/auto-detect-tool
That put me on what should have been a straightforward update drivers path. And ultimately was the correct answer.
I did not mention this was a Dell XPS 8500. It may have been some misstep I took or some proprietary quirk of Dell, but ultimately the Catalyst Control Center would not recognize the card or load any drivers. At one point it said I had a mobile device (?).
So I went back to the Dell site with my service tag and got their update utility. It said I needed a video driver update (among other things I never use) and did its work.
Now Catalyst reports I have an AMD Radeon HD 7570 with a BIOS date of 2012/01/16. I'm pretty sure there are newer, but at least my problem with Photoshop CC 2014 crashing is gone.
Companies that tweak other vendor's hardware/software cause SO many problems (I see more of those problems in the Premiere forums) so I'm glad you got your computer working again
This didn't work for me. Every time I load Photoshop cc 2014.2 it crashes as soon as it loads(see attached video) This is really annoying Can you please try and help me?
Intel Core i5 2500K 3.3ghz
16gb DDR3 RAM
Nvidia Quadro 4000 2Gb Graphics Card
1tb of storage