Photoshop CS6 beta - image drawing problems

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I'm using Adobe Photoshop CS6 beta (build date 2012/03/05) on windows and when I open up a .psd file created by photoshop CS3, it fails to display large parts of the image. I see the same problem with both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

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Zooming in on the relevant portions of the image causes them to display properly, and the file prints just fine.

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David Sacerdote

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Chris Cox

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That looks like it has nothing to do with the source of the file.

More likely your video card driver is out of date and having problems with OpenGL calls. Update the video card driver from the GPU maker's website.
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I'm running the latest version of the NVIDA driver (296.10) on an NVIDIA Geforce 310 card, so it isn't that I have an out-of-date driver.

Any hope of you guys sitting down with NVIDIA and getting your software to work with this card?
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FWIW, in the "Advanced Graphics Processor Settings" switching down from "Advanced" to "Normal" drawing mode made this problem go away.

So you are right that it is definitely is some sort of an interaction with the graphics card. If there is some way to set the default value based on known compatibility issues, you might want to adjust it for this card.