Photoshop: Trashes layers

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From the one moment to the other, Photoshop completely ruins all layers in my art work. All layers are chopped or lost their sense of logic in shape or color.
This sets me back 2 days, not to mention the stress of the fact that is might just happen again. Anyone familiar with this?

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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Is Photoshop up-to-date with all the updates (2014.2.1)? http://adobe.ly/PS-Up-To-Date
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Thnx for the reply: yes it is!
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Usually corruption is caused by a hardware or network failure.

Are you saving to the local drive? Or a network drive? Are the files being synced to a cloud service?
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I am saving to my local drive, Dropbox folder. After that it is synced to my Dropbox account.
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Chris Cox

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Did this occur before you moved to MacOS 10.10, or only after?
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Elizabeth Walkley

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I have the same problem
imac late 2013
10.10.1
PSCC2014
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Photoshop trashes layers, square shapes deleted in artwork.

Photoshop keeps trashing my files. Just all of the sudden parts are cut out of every layer in a complete random way. This is costing me HUGE amounts of time.
Had this problem earlier, was hoping to have it fixed in the CC version. Anyone???

I am working in files that are in the dropbox on my harddrive.

iMac (21,5-inch, end 2009, upgraded with flash drive,
3,06 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3
OSX Yosemite