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Issues with load files into stack

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Sep 29, 2019

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I am having issues loading files into a stack. Open as layers from lightroom isn't working. Nor is using scripts in photoshop. In photoshop, the first image will load as a layer (and gets renamed background) however the next image doesn't load. All I get is a blank layer titled "load layers"  I have the latest version of photoshop. Hopefully someone is able to assist.

 

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I am having issues loading files into a stack. Open as layers from lightroom isn't working. Nor is using scripts in photoshop. In photoshop, the first image will load as a layer (and gets renamed background) however the next image doesn't load. All I get is a blank layer titled "load layers"  I have the latest version of photoshop. Hopefully someone is able to assist.

 

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I do not use Lightroom. I find that one Windows 10  Photoshop CC 2019 version 20.0.6  script Loads Files into a Stack has no problems loading a list if raw files into a stack. I see a document loads that has a background  layer then a document with a empty layer like load  then the raw images get added as image layers the end result is a single document with image layers with layer names of the source RAW camera files. 

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After several hours of troubleshooting, I managed to work out that I had driver issues. After a few more hours of troubleshooting I was able to isolate it to the device drivers (my laptop has two cards). Updating the intel drivers to the latest version did the trick!!

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Hi,

 

I have the same problem as you did. I'm using a Dell XPS 15 (9560). Can you tell me which driver you had to update? Thank you in advance!

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Did you ever figure out which driver needed to be updated?

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I used the Intel driver support assist and it found the driver I needed. 

 

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/28425/Intel-Driver-Support-Assistant

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Thanks for the reply. I must be having a different issue.

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I have the same issue Dell XPS 15 9560, have downloaded the intel driver but having same issue( "In photoshop, the first image will load as a layer (and gets renamed background) however the next image doesn't load. All I get is a blank layer titled "load layers"  I have the latest version of photoshop.")

 

Also getting " Could not complete your request because of a program error" while closing the program.

 

Appreciate help!

 

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Hi have same issue with similar pc .. did you manage to fix tthe issue ? 

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What you have described is normal process of loading layers in Photoshop, it is normal to see Load Layers and Background which will be converted to normal layer during this process.

 

From my testing everything works fine on Windows with latest Photoshop and Lightrooom. IF you have problem that Photoshop can not load all layers then perhaps reseting preferences may help. I do not have other suggestion for now beside to wait a bit because if you are working with huge files it may take some time to load them as layers in Photoshop.

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