PHOTOSHOP: Artefacts appear

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Photoshop create artefacts when using focus areas selections or other tools.

Many artefacts appear during using photoshop.
A try to solve by :
- restart computer
- restart photoshop
- by using other pictures
But nothing change the result.

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Vincent BOUVAIS

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Chris Cox

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Which version of Photoshop are you using?
What OS version are you using?
Have you tried disabling GPU drawing in Photoshop?

And can you provide a bit more detail on exactly what you are seeing?
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This is the gradient color block I mentioned in another post. Sometimes it's more intense.

macbook air (Intel HD Graphics 5000).
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mavericks 10.9.3
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Please keep your comments on your original topic. This topic is actually about Windows 7.
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Same problem here, Maverick on a Late 2008 MacBook Pro 15". Photoshop CC 2014.
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This topic is about Windows 7. Issues on MacOS are also probably driver bugs, but handled very differently by Apple (since you can't just update your drivers).
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My Photoshop version is CC 2014.
My OS is Windows 7 64bit

I try diseable GPU drawing and it seems to solve the problem.
I come back later after make more test.

Thank you for your help and your reactivity.

Vincent
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This is another example with photoshop CC(2014)

I'm in Lightroom 5.5. I select 3 dng files in order to HDR fusion.
I use 32bit HDR solution and open it in ACR.

Juste look at the snapshot, and see all artefacts appears.

I'am on windows 7 64bit, I unchecked GPU in the panel "Performance" of settings.
CPU core i7 and NVidia geforce GT630.

Notice, this same operations with photoshop CC not 2014 complete without matter.

I really think this is a bogue of the laster version...

Is there a solution of this problem ?

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Have you updated your video card driver from the GPU maker's website?
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Vincent BOUVAIS

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Yes, i just check, GPU driver is already up to date.
Geforce 337.88 Driver since 26/05/2014.
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yesterday, i uninstall photoshop CC 2014 and reinstall it by creative cloud interface.
I hoped that solve the problem, but it just reappear only when i added a new blank layer.

artefacts appear on the previous layer. It as if that add some pixels but they don't be seen with high level zoom.
when i use erase tool, it look like as if i erase it.

I hope my explications are understanding...

:-(