Please try and disable the Graphics Processor from the Lightroom Preferences.
Go to Lightroom Preferences from the Edit menu
Click on Performance tab
Uncheck the Graphics Processor
Let us know if that helps.
Thank you for your reply.
I will try with smaller amount of pictures tonight.
That worked that time.
What is gpu used for actually in lightroom?
What am I missing by unclicking this option?
As my current work flow is:
2. Rate (and filter starred ones)
4. Apply preset
5. Correct exposure
Is any of the points affected by GPU acceleration?
It only effects the performance for the software, however if you don't have supported graphics card installed then you have to turn off the GPU acceleration from the preferences,
If everything works fine, then you need to worry about anything.
Thank you for your response.
Can you please give us the link to supported GPUs for lightroom please.
If I have "only" 250 pictures no problem.
If I have 500-800 and I give a star to about 250-300 and then switch the filter on "Lightroom stopped working"
After unchecking GPU point no "3" from my list - cropping - becomes a nightmare.
There must be a different solutions?
The same happens on win8 and clean install of win10.
The hardware :
Bunch of SSD 's
Radeon series R9
And no problems until the last update??
Try resetting LR's preferences: http://www.lightroomforums.net/showthread.php?25197-Resetting-the-lightroom-preferences-fi le-updated . That often fixes things when LR's user interface starts acting wonky. (Note that uninstall/reinstall doesn't remove the preferences, including the preferences from prior versions that the reinstall will pick up.)
I will try that. Thank you.
Thank you very much.
Would anyone advise me on the RamDisk for lightroom cache?
How big and does it help?
I have 64gb of ram and if I work in lightroom (+other bits) I can spare at least a half of it.
(different story in photoshop when working on panoramas with multiple layers and 36mpx pictures)