I am running Photoshop CS (newly bought and installed) on a new windows PC running windows 10.
That seems peculiar as Adobe does not sell licenses for CS anymore and even disabled the activation servers for up to CS3.
I apologize for an error in my question. I am running the Adobe creative cloud. I downloaded Photoshop CC from the cloud .
What have you done for trouble-shooting so far?
Restoring Preferences after making sure all customized presets like Actions, Patterns, Brushes etc. have been saved might be a good starting point:
Same problem - I've tried all the following options suggested by Adobe with NO RESULT
- Updated Adobe application
- Updated Windows
- Re-created Adobe application preferences
- Run the Adobe application in simplified mode
- Reinstalled the Adobe application
- Installed the Adobe application on a different hard drive
I also tried to deselect "Use OpenCL" on preferences (as suggested in some blog) but didn't help as well
The same problem exist within all recent versions of PS (included the last one downloaded
26th Genuary 2018 ) running on the following Windows 10 Machine
- WINDOWS 10
- PROCESSOR Intel 1151 i5-6600 Ci5 3,3Ghz, (Intel HD Graphics 530)
- RAM 16GB DD3
- SSD (Spearated OS,DATA,TEMPORARY )
I've separately Tested RAM, PROCESSO, SSD, all of them work properly
So what else ?
Thanks for your suggestion.
I'm a little scared of altering the register....
Do we have any evidence that the workaround that solved the "Problem Parsing JPEG Data"
succesfully solved the "Problem of Crash using Select & Nask" too ?
Nobody has a solution by now.
Some people use the tool without any problem, other experiment crashes -
It could depend by the Grapich Card being used.
So I turn the question in a different way.
I want to ask to those who properly use the tool without crashes : Which Graphic Card do you use ?