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Corrupted Layers when opening Photoshop

Community Beginner ,
Feb 29, 2024 Feb 29, 2024

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Ich habe ein Problem, seit einem Jahr "corrupted" photoshop immer wieder meine photoshop dateien. Ich glaube das tritt eher nur bei .psb's auf aber ich glaube ich hatte das Problem auch schon mal mit .tiff files. 

 

Wenn mich photoshop fragt ob ich die Datei trotzdem öffnen will kann ich die beschädigten Ebenen sehen und entfernen oder wenn ich sagen "auf eine ebene reduzieren" dann sind die Fehler merkwürdigerweise weg, aber dnan verliere ich jegliche bearbeitungsmöglichkeit da die Ebenen dann natürlich alle verschwunden sind.

 

Hatte schon einmal jemand das Problem? Es handelt sich hier nicht um einen Anzeigebug, die Fehler wurden "in das Bild gebrannt" also wenn ich die Dateien an einem anderen Rechner öffne sehen sie genauso aus. 


Ich will einfach gerne wissen wie so etwas passieren kann und wie es sich in Zukunft verhindern lässt. 

 

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Mar 02, 2024 Mar 02, 2024

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Checked the external SSD and the RAM, no errors could be found, everything seems in perfect condition (as far as I can test myself) 

Also changed the cable to a high quality thunderbolt4 cable (even though its overkill) and just had the issue appear a few minutes ago again. 

 

So currently I have the following things in mind:

-Photoshop is just buggy

 

-Amazon Photo Backup destroys the .tif files while they're opened in photoshop (I'm using it to have an offsite backup) but that would be crazy if that would be the case

 

-Photoshop doesnt like that I'm saving the files to an EXFAT Drive, Adobe is recommending NOT to use Fat32 but they're not mentioning anything about EXFAT. But tbh I have no other choice I need to compatibility between Windows and Mac for my Backups 😕 

 

Anything else I could test?

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good information and also good to know, unfortunately doesnt help for my problem 😕 

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