what is going on please?
You tell us and we might be able to help!!
What OS are you using?
What version of LR were you running?
What was the LRcc update you installed?
What is running slowly? Everything or just some things?
Ok, I'm running Windows 8.1, I have the latest version of Lightroom 6
having just signed up less than two weeks ago - was talked into it after
using LR5 standalone with no problems - and I'm not sure which update it
was, exactly, but I recieved the prompt today. I don't know if absolutely
everything is running slowly, but all the tools are and the adjustment
levels. Does that help?
Disabling the GPU performance is the first thing to try, since it seems to be very fussy over which graphics cards and drivers it will work with. I updated my graphics card driver three times before LR stopped going into 'Not Responding' state quite often. If you search for graphics card threads, you will see that people with AMD cards seem to be having most problems, but it is not just those cards/drivers that seem to cause problems. Don't justuse the Windows update graphics drivers; go to your card manufacturers website and get the latest direct from them. And keep an eye out for new updates; sign up for notification of new updates if you can.
Thanks, but it won't allow me to turn it off.
Is the box (Use Graphics Processor) ticked? If yes deselect as shown in my screen capture.
I had nothing but problems with LR CC I talked to someone on Adobe chat support who tried turning the above off but it didn't help turns out there is only one graphics card that isn't compatible when using CC with windows and that is the one I have!! I need CC so I can have photoshop but can't help by feel a bit cheated because I have had to uninstall LRCC and still with LR5 the person I spoke to said an update would hopefully be done but no indication when. If I didn't need photoshop I would cancel my membership because it has brought me nothing but problems
Yes I suspect there are plenty of people not happy with Adobe. Mine was
running fine until a couple of days ago when I had an update then it all
turned to custard. I've been told it's probably the update at fault, as a
computer savvy friend has tried all above suggestions and then some, and
it's still hopeless. If he's right it's just a matter of waiting for them
to issue the next - functional - update. I hope it's that simple, but in
the meantime it's very frustrating. I don't know what to do about having
the wrong graphics card... good luck!
On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 9:16 AM, CharlotteColi <email@example.com>
Ah, if only it were that simple...it doesn't make any difference.
Thanks, but no joy there. It's a bit more than that by the look of it.
It has now allowed me to turn it off, but still no difference.
Wow, LR is now working perfectly, faster than ever in fact, probably because of all this fiddling. The world of Adobe moves in mysterious ways.