Steps to Troubleshoot Adobe Photoshop GPU and Graphics Driver Issues

Adobe Photoshop is amazing software used for raster image editing, graphic design and digital art. With the best utilization of layering, it enables depth and flexibility in the design and editing process combined with other magnificent tools as well. This might be possible that you got different problems while operating such outstanding application by Adobe. If you want to resolve issues caused by defective, unsupported, or incompatible GPU or graphics driver and are finding no way out, then you must look for an outside help.

Like when you receive image rendering issues, or when the application is performing so slowly, and when it leads to certain crashes, or for defective, unsupported and incompatible graphics processor, you will need the best troubleshooting steps to undo such situation. But, in case, you are subjected to any other issue, you can connect the tech supporters at Adobe Support Number UK for best outcome. The above issue can be listed up when you are having issue while opening PSD or JPEG files or sometimes, you might see Graphics hardware error message after opening Photoshop.

There can be many reasons causing this type of issues occurring at your screen. It can be Image canvas flashes or flickers on your computers or Photoshop crashes or hangs upon launch. Whenever you see crashes, performance issues, or incorrectly-rendered windows or objects, you need to troubleshoot yourAdobe Photoshop Graphic Processor as soon as possible. And when you want to make sure that your Graphics processor is the cause, try disabling it.

Disabling Graphics Processor: To find out if the issue has caused because of the graphics processor or driver, you can try to disable it. Here are the right steps:

• As the first step, open Adobe Photoshop.
• And then select Edit and then move to Preferences.
• Thereafter, start to click Performance or Photoshop.
• Now, deselect Use Graphics Processor.
• And then Quit and thereafter, re-launch Photoshop.

If your issue has resolved, this means the issue has appeared due to it, and you need to follow the troubleshooting steps as soon as possible.

Troubleshoot issues with Photoshop GPU and graphics driver.

• Are you sure that you are using the latest version of Photoshop? If not, you can update your Photoshop application.

• You must make sure that your graphics card is compatible with Photoshop. To check this, open the application and select Help and then proceed to the System Info to see the Graphics Processor information.

• You should try updating graphics driver, as it might help fixing many issues like crashing or performance related ones.

• Thereafter, you are suggested to check your Cache Levels setting. You may also reset the cache levels to the default settings.

• After that, go for resetting preferences that will help return Graphics Processor settings to their default status.

• And then, proceed to Change your Advanced Settings for Drawing Mode to Basic.

• You must know that Multiple graphics cards with conflicting drivers can cause issues with GPU-accelerated or enabled features in Photoshop. You are suggested to connect two or more monitors into one graphics card.

• When the above steps are not sufficient for resolving the issue, you must try disabling the graphics card. In order to do so, go to the Device Manager and right-click the card's name and select Disable. If you are having any query, contact skilled technicians at Adobe Help Number UK for easy assistance.

• If the problem still goes on, make sure you are not using Photoshop on a virtual machine.

• If nothing goes well, the last option is to buy a compatible graphics card for continuing the use of Adobe Photoshop.