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GPU for image processing is Greyed out even though minimum specs are met [branched to new thread]

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Aug 14, 2019 Aug 14, 2019

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Mine is greyed too

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Explorer , Aug 15, 2019 Aug 15, 2019
Everything is at the latest version - Windows, all drivers, LR etc.I can see that Adobe have acknowledged it's a known bug.  Just as well as my 1060 card should have blown away any minimum specs.

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Jul 05, 2021 Jul 05, 2021

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Following Saksham's advice I found that all of the files named 
"crs:gpu_compute_quick_self_test_passed="False" were already set to "True" but I noticed that within the GPU > Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic folder there was a single file called "TempDisableGPU" !!!
I then renamed this file
Started Lightroom Classic
And it seems to work much faster now 🙂 
Now, after shutting down Lightroom, I have found that within the GPU > Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic folder there is a file called "Camera RAW GPU Config" which is set to "True".
I have no idea what I've done, but it seemed logical 'switch off''  the "TempDisableGPU" file by renaming it.
And it seemed to work!!!

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