I have come upon a problem I simple cannot find the solution to.
Suddenly my brush started lagging, and after some search I found that Photoshop couldn't detect my graphics card.
(it's in Danish but you can see how the field is greyed out)
What I have tried so far
I re-installed my graphics card and have made sure I have the newest version. It did not solve the problem. I have tried uninstalling and then reinstalling both Photoshop and Creative Cloud. That didn't help either (though it is lagging a bit less than before). I tried to move the sniffer.exe file, that did not help. I do not have dual graphic cards as far as I can figure out. I have tried setting my graphic card to top performance, that didn't help either.
I am lost, I don't know what else I can do.
Ryzen 5 4500U
AMD Radeon (TM) Graphics
Photoshop system info linked below. (It's in Danish though)
I hope somebody can help me. Thank you.
You do not have enough VRam to use this graphics card with Photoshop.
From your system text: "
VRAM: 520 MB Required VRAM: 1,500 MB
Ah, I see... That's unfortunate... Thank you for your answer.
The only thing that makes me confused then is that Photoshop has worked quite well for me the past 6 months on this device, it just suddenly became a problem yesterday. Shouldn't it have been a problem from the start then?
Do you have auto updates turned on?
Yes, I believe I do.
So its entirely possible your Windows OS or Photoshop auto updated past the point of compatibility. You can try downgrading to an earlier version of Photoshop.
Thank you, that worked.
J'ai eu le même problème, voila la réponse qui m'a été donnée :
Try resetting preferences:
If that doesn't work, install the previous version (which users are having success with):
Chez moi le reset des préférences a fonctionné