My Nvidia RTX Graphic Card 2060.

Community Beginner ,
Apr 29, 2021 Apr 29, 2021

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In camera Raw my graphic card shows that it is enabled. In Photoshop, it sgows unkown GPU. Ihave updated my drivers. Uninstalled, and re installed photoshop. Checked my prefferences.

I have gone into photoshop roaming, and removed the sniffer, and placed it in a folder. I have done all I can

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Apr 29, 2021 Apr 29, 2021

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Pelau, I feel like appologising even though I don't work for Adobe, as you have had all this frustration and hassle, but the issue is almost certainly to do with the problems there are with V22.3.1  As things stand, if you need to use the features that require GPU support then your only option is to roll back while we wait for Adobe to fix the problems.  I'd be inclined to go back at least two minor updates to be on the safe side.

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May 08, 2021 May 08, 2021

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Thankyou for your response. Rolling back, to V22.3. Has helped. I did a rollback, to version 22.3, earlier. But when I did a photoshop update. It defaulted, to V22.3.1. And I had to uninstall, and do a reinstall, of V22.3. Presently, I have updates, and I am worried, if I should, install the updates. I would run into, the same problems.

 

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