I just got a new HP Pavilion Touchscreen laptop (Windows 10), and I'm having issues with Bridge & Photoshop not working properly. At first, RAW files weren't showing in Camera RAW, so I updated the NVIDIA driver. That worked, but then the touchscreen was going back and forth with being unresponsive. And mostly, when I try to open a JPEG from Bridge, the thumbnail shows in the Photoshop layers palette, but the main image doesn't show at all. If I click on the image from a regular folder outside of Bridge and select "open in Photoshop", then it does work properly. If I deselect "Use Graphics Processor" in both Bridge and Photoshop, sometimes that works for me to be able to view my images in Photoshop, but sometimes it doesn't. If I restart the programs or restart the computer, sometimes things work, sometimes they don't. I even tried uninstalling & reinstalling Photoshop & Bridge, which worked temporarily but then it went back to not opening the images from Bridge again. Help!
Does this laptop have dual video adapters (NVidia + Intel HD)? This is known to cause unpredictable problems.
In that case, try to disable the Intel driver, if possible per application, if not globally.
Thank you for your reply! Sorry for the delayed response. I tried disabling the Intel driver, and unfortunately it didn't fix anything. I'm also having issues with "phantom clicks" any time I touch the screen, even accidentally (it looks like the screen is being touched repeatedly and randomly, over and over again for minutes at a time, basically disabling my computer). Searching online, it seems to be a common HP issue but I can't find any fixes for that either. I'm not sure if the problem is stemming from HP, Adobe, or both.