Guys I've achieved my solution after ripping the web. for windows 10 users, Try going to graphic settings from the display settings menu, you'll have the option to browse an app, add the Photoshop.exe from the installation folder , then click on the added selection and press -> options. Now choose -> High Performance, and Save, restart Photoshop. This was the solution for my case because i using multiple screens from multiple GPU's and PS got confused with the source of the GPU power, very odd bug but i glad its behind me. Hope it'll work for you guys.
yo RonBill you and nicolel21007360 you two are the real heroes of this post. SG...way to jump in a post barely help and then leave it to the consumers to do the heavy lifting with figuring out hardware issues... to get your program to work... "update the driver" is one step above "turn it off and turn it back on" callout
That seems to have worked for me, thanks. On my Dell 7730 notebook with three displays and two GPUs, I had to specify the right video card. Hopefully that's a solution until Adobe deals with this. RIGHT ADOBE?
Same problem here with Photoshop CC 20.0.1 on Windows 10.
Yesterday Liquify worked. Today I get the "AIF internal exception" error message.
And of course I'm on a deadline!
Dont know if this helps.
I had "Use graphics Processor" turned on - or else "Oil paint" would not work. When I removed the tick Liiquify worked. Seems stupid - but it worked
This has NOT been solved, Adobe.
Come on, now, people... what is going on?
Same problem. Please give us a solution Adobe.