The problem is most definitely not the number of photos in your catalog. This is such a remote possibility that it is not even worth discussing.
Have you turned off the graphics acceleration in Lightroom? Go to Preferences, click on the Performance Tab, and then UNcheck the box.
Thanks very much for your suggestion. Unfortunately, the problem remains.
The two first suggestions I have tested. Still not OK.
I'll try your third option in a minute.
Sorry to say, rpandita, that after aslo now tried your third option ('Check integrity...') there is no changes, that is the crash problem remains.
- Create a new catalog
- Open it
- Then use the option, import from another catalog and import all the data from original catalog.
Thank you very much Rohit for these suggestions.
Unfortunately I have to go to bed soon. I live in Sweden, Europe, and it is night here
I'll give it a try tomorrow.
Thanks a lot so far
Since yesterday I read more posts about crash issues of LR and decided actually to go back to version 2015.1.1/6.1.1. I am going to use LR very intensively for the coming days so I think it takes too much time to test different solutions; at least version 2015.2/6.2 has been officially declared to be unstable: http://blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjournal/2015/10/lightroom-6-2-release-update-and-apology.h tml.
After I reverted to version 2015.1.1/6.1.1. LR works excellent without any crashes.
Hope you guys at Adobe will soon find the solution of the irritating crash problems.
If anyone reading this wants to revert, I recommend you to read these posts.