Photoshop CC 2014 gives a video driver error everytime I do a Resize (Windows - Firepro D300)

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Hi,

I'm using Photoshop CC 2014 on the Mac Pro (AMD Firepro D300) running Windows 8.1 with latest update, my company develops lots of Windows app that require us to primarily work on Windows.

However, everytime I do a resize, the program will result in an error, leading me to try the resize again, then it will tell me to disable OpenCL, this is quite frustrating because working with big files on a powerful graphic card would be time saving, but instead I can only do a retro CPU resizing.

Please tell me that this problem is being solved and the update is going to let me take full OpenCL, Graphic Card advantages (as mentioned in this post: http://www.amd.com/en-us/press-releas... ) .

Thank you.



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Chris Cox

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Double check that you have CC 2014.1 installed.
And nothing there indicates a crash, just a bug in your video card driver (which probably just needs an update from the GPU maker's website).
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Hi,

With the latest October update, it works!
I'm also surprised that when I do a resize, I see workload on both graphic cards as well. I've read somewhere that Photoshop doesn't support CrossfireX

Thank you :)