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This is more than likely a hardware issue judging by the crash report
You could trying going to Edit > Preferences > Camera Raw and disable Use Graphics Processor
Take a look here
Try updating your GPU driver from the manufacturers website
It would help if you mentioned what version of Photoshop and Camera Raw you have
Hello, the problem continue.
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Did you restart after disabling the GPU usage?
Restart program? yes.
I have installed "Affinity Photo" and 0 problems.
Could you please post screenshots of the problem and the Camera Raw Preferences dialog?
Does turning off »Use Graphics Processor« in the Photoshop Performance Preferences (Photoshop > Preferences > Performance > Graphic Processor Settings) and restarting Photoshop have any bearing on the issue?
I have been getting a similar lockup and then bluescreen/watch dog error withing 5 to 10 minutes of using Lightroom and Photoshop for the past few days. The one obvious change was an Nvidia driver update. I uninstalled the newest driver(as of writing this ver. 391.24) and installed version 390.77 from this page, Advanced Driver Search | NVIDIA , for my Geforce GTX 560 Ti. I have been editing for a good hour now in both programs and no problems. Hope this resolves your issue too. Hopefully Adobe or Nvidia will get this bug resolved soon.
Just a follow up to last reply, taking the driver back to a previous version helped but it wasn't a permanent fix. I was able to edit well over an hour or more but it eventually bluescreened again. Tonight I uninstalled and reinstalled all Adobe apps and the Creative Cloud. I also updated my nvidia driver to the newest beta version but I didn't install nVidia experience software. I will let you know how it goes. My system definitely only is crashing with Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop open. Just for kicks I ran a Passmark burn-in test on the processor and video card yesterday for a while and it didnt' skip a beat. Started up Lightroom tonight when I got home and it locked up and bluescreened befor before I even edited the first picture.
El problema está resuelto. Contacté con Nvidia y me ayudaron perfectamente.
So after changing drivers etc., etc. the system was still crashing. I did a Win10 refresh and had to reinstall all software. I'll let you know how that goes after I test it out later today.