Bizarre bars in Photoshop CC

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Ok one probably can't tell the difference between my photo and the problem! But the problem is the red part (in my mind). Adding an adjustment layer is what causes it to show up. I've included a screen shot but right now all I see is code, so, not sure it's posting.
Thanks!
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Did you install all the Photoshop updates? (looks like a bug from CC 2014 that was fixed in the first update)

What OS version are you using?
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I believe I'm up to date: PS 2015.0.1 Is that right?
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That is the latest update.

What OS version are you using?

Do you have any third party plugins or extension panels? Does the problem go away if you disable them? (launch with SHIFT key down)
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I'm in Mavericks--nothing new there. I don't know what an extension panel is but I do have: OnOne, ProPortrait(Anthropomorphics?) and Nik. I've had them for some years though, no changes. I'm not at my computer but I'll try your suggestion tomorrow. Thanks for your replies!
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Some of those filters auto-update themselves, and have had GPU and drawing related issues in the past.
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OK, the red bands definitely could be OnOne related. Thanks. I am also seeing rendering issues with LR NEF>PS TIFF too though. Tried to do a screen shot but the issue---kind of broken up or pixelated highlights---doesn't show up in the screen shot well. I will post them below in case you can make it out. Thank you Chris.


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I'm not seeing anything obvious in the screenshot. If it shows the same blocks of problems - then it could be a GPU issue with ACR. If it's just blown highlights or noise/patterns in the highlights -- then we need a different topic for the Camera Raw team to investigate.
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Thanks again for your time! You've got the right words there too---noise/patterns in the highlight. Like the red bars, if I plow thru and do my edits, when it comes back to LR---no sign of any issues. I'm going to wait to pursue this. I'm spending too much time here in front of a screen and not enough time behind a camera!
Best,
Matt