Photoshop: CS6 Oil Paint Filter will not preview

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Brand new machine w/ Ivy Bridge core I-7 3770, Intel HD 4000 graphics. PS CS6 extended won't display preview when in oil paint filter. Will display result after I click ok.
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Chris Cox

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Sounds like another video driver issue.
Please make sure you have the latest drivers from Intel.
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Thanks, Chris. I had actually already run the Intel Driver Update Utility several times asw ell as the driver update function in windows device manager. Each time it said I had the most recent driver. After your response, I decided to check the Intel support site directly. Low and behold, there was a more recent driver. I've installed it and oil paint preview is now working. Thanks for the quick response!
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Chris Cox

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Glad to hear you got it working!
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How Oil Peint Filter of Adobe Expres..??
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Chris Cox

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This topic isn't about PS Express, and I don't think it has the Oil Paint filter.
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need to activate oil paint on new comp.
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Jeffrey Tranberry, Sr. Product Manager, Digital Imaging

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Oil paint is not working on the new computer? Try this troubleshooting: https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/oil-paint-greyed-out.html