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Mon, Jan 26, 2015 7:39 PM

Bridge CS 6 Crashes with MacOS 10.10 Yosemite.... CS 5 runs great

I downloaded Yosemite and since I cannot run Bridge 6. The program opens show the contents of the drive fine. When I double click on a folder it opens, then it crashes. Bridge 5 works great. Two days ago I put in a brand new SSD start up disk, doubled the RAM on the Mac Pro, and re stalled Yosemite. Same issue.

Any help would be great appreciated.... Thank you

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6 years ago

Can you post the crash log? We can't know why it is crashing without the crash log.

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6 years ago

I am looking right at it... how the heck do I post the whole big thing? I sound like a total idiot now..

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Select all, copy, paste.

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Yes I know that However it won't allow me too. I can highlight it. But not copy

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Did I send the right parts of it? I dont want to clog up the forum

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It appears that you are hitting a bug in Apple's CoreImage code. I don't know enough about their code to determine an exact cause, but the crash is WAY inside Apple's code, and crashes when it calls the GPU.
So it could be related to other MacOS 10.10 GPU bugs (which Apple is working on), or it could be a new bug in CoreImage calling the GPU incorrectly (which we haven't seen before).

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Since the crash is in the Tesla drive code, you may want to contact NVidia and see if they need information about this crash.

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Thank you... so right now there is really nothing to do? I really appreciate your help.

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If you sent the crash report to Apple - that helps.
And NVidia may want to know about it, since it actually crashed in their Tesla drivers (I know a few of their engineers want to fix bugs quickly).

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I have many times... I contacted NVida... but have heard nothing back. That was through a general email....