Photoshop: 3D doesn’t allow me options to use it?

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I remember when installing there was a pop up window telling me it wasn’t available because of RAM. I really only want to use the Perspective Warp tool, but I need 3D to be available.
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Amber Phillips

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Chris Cox

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Most likely what the error said is that you don't have enough VRAM on your video card to use the 3D features (512 Meg minimum required).

Check Help -> System Info for more details on your video card..
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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http://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/usin...

Photoshop requires at least 512 MB of video RAM (VRAM) to run the perspective warp feature on 16-bit and 32-bit documents. If your GPU has 256 MB of VRAM, you can run the perspective warp feature only on 8-bit documents.

Also, the nVidia GeForce GT 120 video card isn't currently supported for the perspective warp feature.