Thanks to everyone that has endeavored to help me with my problem. My system with upgrades is now working properly. It appears the problem was in the driver for the graphics card. Where i was getting hung up is that Dell's driver detect software was giving me incorrect information. It was telling me I had an Nvidia card when in fact I had an AMD card. I had the AMD upgrade when I purchased the machine from Dell. I finally figured it out when I went into the control panel device manager and saw the AMD listing. This was confirmened when I located my original sales order and the AMD was an upgrade over the nvidia which was the base build. Device manager had an update button there which I used, and it downloaded the update successfully. I did a complete uninstall of all the creative cloud software, did a complete clean including the creative cloud cleaner. I then reinstalled one program at a time starting with Photoshop, then Bridge, then Lightroom testing them one at a time for functionality. All are now working properly. I apologize deeply to someone in the other thread who insisted it I needed an upgrade and I vehemently disagreed. But I share some of that with Dell because of the information I was being given, and when I tried to install an upgrade, it refused. So while I am not sure this will work for everyone, this was my experience.
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