Thursday, September 19, 2013

[photoshop-beginners] CS6 Graphics going crazy.

Hi to all,
My Photoshop CS6 program has started to go bonkers.
When I do anything to the image I am working on I either
get a checkerboard transparent background indicating no
pixels or the image itself goes totally black.  Clicking on
the image brings the image back until I do something else
to it and then it happens again.
I figure it must have something to do with the graphics
card. (AMD Radeon HD 7570) I downloaded and installed
the latest update Ver. 13.152 but that didn't help.
I went into Edit>Preferences>Performance>Graphics
Processor Settings and find "Use Graphics Editor"
Under Advanced Settings>Drawing Mode>Basic with the
top 3 boxes checked. 
In IE10 Advanced>Accelerated Graphics, I am using
GPU rendering.
I have 1.61TB free space on my C: drive.
Does anyone have any idea what is going on or better
yet how to correct it?  Thanks for any assistance.

Walter B.
Locust Grove, VA
DELL X8500 64 bit
Windows 8 Pro


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