Yeah, waste of time for us, too, since you haven't provided the tiniest bit of useful information like system specs nor even tried to explain your problem...
mylenium im sorry if i dont speak the language but you chose to reply thereby choosing to waste your time. The title is the problem and as I stated in the box you moron adobe forum would not let me paste error message!
Faulting application name: Photoshop.exe, version: 18.104.22.168, time stamp: 0x536b438e
Faulting module name: igdfcl64.dll, version: 22.214.171.12432, time stamp: 0x50c924e2
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x0000000000809283
Faulting process ID: 0xfb8
Faulting application start time: 0x01cf8bd85cc92120
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CC 2014\Photoshop.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\igdfcl64.dll
Report ID: c8d38b88-f7cb-11e3-be78-e03f49b82f29
Faulting package full name:
Faulting package-relative application ID:
As you can see, your Intel video card driver crashed.
Update the driver from Intel's website.
sorry I do not see that, my pc says driver is up to date. what shows up is microsoft teredo tunneling adapter has a yellow triangle
You have go directly to your graphics card maker.
Microsoft Update and even the manufacturer's website drivers are not the most current.
Run their driver update utility. Intel® Driver Update Utility
thank you I am trying that now
Best of luck. Let me know how it goes. I've updated my Dell's Intel 4000HD card that way.
I appreciate the help and direction thank you.
here is my build btw
Asus sabertooth mk2 bios 1304
geforce gtx 760
win 7 pro
intel core i7 4790k 4.0 ghz
64bit op sys
500gb scratch disk
250gb app drive ssd
120gb os drive ssd
Do you have on board Intel video running and an Nvidia GeForce GTX760 expansion card? Running two video systems causes trouble. I think installing the GeForce card usually disables the on board Intel graphics, but maybe not. Perhaps try a full re-install of the GeForce Software. If you go to the Nvidia GeForce download site you can download updated software for your card. There is an install option to do a clean install. I would check that box, and install all the GeForce software. After that you could look at the Nvidia Control Center and make sure the GeForce card is the only video system running.
Again, just a hint not a necessarily a fix.
Good point. I have never owned a dual card system and wouldn't know how to get one to be the default.
SIXEIGHTSTUDIOS has an Asus motherboard - and a fine one at that. I don't have that beast, but my lowly Asus MoBo does have a built in Intel video chip. I know it is disabled, and I am pretty sure installing the GeForce software did the disabling. It's been a long time and my memory isn't. I also believe the GTX760 has dual DVI outputs. Applications can get very confused if you have 3 active monitor ports.