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Lightroom plante mon MacBook

New Here ,
Oct 21, 2022 Oct 21, 2022

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Bonjour,

 

J'ai acheté ma license il y a quelques semaines. Jusque là aucun soucis, mais depuis aujourd'hui LIGHTROOM fait planter mon macbook.

Sans demande spécifique, je travaille juste le développement de mes photos, le mac plante, plus rien ne répond et le mac s'éteind.

Que faire ?

MacOS Big Sur - Processeur 2,5 GHz intel core i7 quatre coeurs - memoire 16 Go 1600 MHz DDR3 - Graphisme Intel Iris Pro 1536 Mo - SSD 512 Go

Lightroom Classic Version 11.5

 

Merci

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Oct 21, 2022 Oct 21, 2022

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Try resetting your Lightroom preferences:

https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-classic/help/setting-preferences-lightroom.html

Also see: https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom-classic-discussions/important-steps-for-manually-resetting-...

 

Quit Lightroom Classic.

MacOS: Press and hold the Shift + Option keys.

Windows: Press and hold the Shift + Alt keys.

While holding down the keys, launch Lightroom Classic. 

When asked, select "Yes". 

Author “Color Management for Photographers" & "Photoshop CC Color Management/pluralsight"

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Oct 21, 2022 Oct 21, 2022

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If resetting preferences doesn't help, it may be that the fans are clogged or not working, causing the computer to overheat and abruptly shut down to avoid damage.   This is a common problem with Lightroom on Intel Macbooks -- Lightroom uses computers much more heavily than most apps, thus causing the CPU/GPU to use more power, thus generating more heat.


To quickly test this, install the free Intel Power Gadget and monitor the temperature as you use Lightroom.  If it's getting up close to 100, you've got a problem.  Best to get it serviced.

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