- Go to Lightroom > Preferences.
- Click on the General tab
- Uncheck “Show ‘Add Photos’ Screen”Restart Lightroom
- Also please Go to the Preferences > Performance Tab, and uncheck "Use Graphics Processor "
- Restart Lightroom and see if it works.
Thanks for this Answer, but I already read about this in another Forum. I did uncheck “Show ‘Add Photos’ Screen”,
but I can't uncheck "Use Graphics Processor ". It does not react and stays "checked". I just tried it again and LR
crashes in an instant.
Does anybody know if a reinstallation does help and if there are any other Problems to be expected. I use Photoshop
and Lightroom for more than 10 years now and was always happy with the programm(s), but currently my trust into
Lightroom is below zero...
I would suggest you to please Roll Back to Lightroom 2015.1.1, and please wait for a new update which should fix most of the issues.
Roll Back Article : Instructions to roll back to a prior update version
Sorry, I followed the given instructions but when I try to install a prior version I get the information that it is not applicable.
Any Idea? If there is no new versionavailable soon, free of all the current bugs, I need to work with another programm
for some extra money.
I think Adobe should reimburse me some of the money from my subscription, because I pay for something which is just
not working. In other words... useless!
The newer update would be launched very shortly.
Ok, so I only can hope it will be available pretty soon. I have big load of pictures to work on and without my LR Presets I need
to spend much more time in developing when I use Camera Raw.
Anyway, Thanks for your support Tanuj
You are Welcome, I understand your concern.
I just completed a successful reinstallation, but accidently made the same mistake you may have made. After initially going to Lightroom in Applications and uninstalling it, I inadvertently downloaded the 2015.1.1/ 6.1.1file for my Mac, which gave me the same message that said,
"This update is not applicable to you." What I forgot to do was FIRST download Lightroom 2015.0/ 6.0. Once that was succesfully downloaded I then went to the 2015.1.1/ 6.1 release (which is the update you want) and download it. Just remember, if you are a CC subscriber NOT to click on the Update button in the CC app or you will be updated again to the problematic 2015.2.1 again. Hope this helps!