I opened up a PSD all layers at the stage stays solid white.

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I opened up a PSD that I made a before update and all my layers are there and the layer preview shows whats in each layer but the stage is just solid white. Even when I hide all layers the stage stays solid white. I have never had this happen before and don't know what to do. 

AFTER RECENT UPDATE FACING THIS ISSUE...

Please Help!! HOW TO FIX THIS....?

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Adobe Community Professional , Apr 15, 2022 Apr 15, 2022
There have been a lot of post on this. Try turning off Use GPU Compositing in the preferences performance tab.

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There have been a lot of post on this. Try turning off Use GPU Compositing in the preferences performance tab.

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Im having the same extact problem???? Can some one help please!!!

 

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Have you turned off Use GPU Compositing? 

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