Scanned- like lines show up in my pictures. Not an effect that I want. They look really poor!

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My pictures now look as poorly scanned pictures. They were fine. What happened???? I need to deliver 7 pictures ON WEDNESDAY and now when I open them they look ugly, poor quality. PLEASE HELP!!!!!
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Chris Cox

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Which product are you using?
Which version?
Which OS version?
Can you take a screenshot so we can see what you are attempting to describe?
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Windows 8-64, Photoshop CC. I thinik it's supposed to be version 6. In help it says Photoshop version 14.

If you look at the model's legs it's very obvious.



Many of my new pictures are like that now. Why?
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Here, you can see it so obvious in the frame.
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Update your video card driver from the GPU maker's website.

You probably installed the Win 8.1 update and it rolled back your video drivers.
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I will try that right now, but honestly, doesn't sound like the answer, 'cause out of all the layers, only the last one has that problem in each picture. My last layer is where I apply the blur effect (field), change the light and all that, once I have already worked with the model's figure, anything I want to erase or copy in the picture, etc.

I'll keep you posted.
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Well, what you're showing looks like video driver bugs.
The next thing to check would be a defective GPU, or defective RAM.
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OK, now I understood. Iam in the process of downloading the driver. I had done it from within Windows and that didn't work. I'm doing it the way you suggested, from the manufacturer's website. Hoping to fix this, 'cause I had already experience another GPU-related problem a couple of weeks ago.
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The Microsoft drivers are frequently years out of date. The GPU maker's update their drivers every month or so, fixing a lot of known issues.