PHOTOSHOP CC 2015.1.2 - White squares on images still happens on my MacBookPro MacOS 10.11.3

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Just had it happen to me. Photoshop CC 2015.1.2 on OS X 10.11.3, Macbook Pro (13", Early 2011) with 16GB RAM, 2.3GHz i5, Intel HD 3000 graphics. Working off a USB drive connected via Thunderbolt dock, and an external HP 25" display.
I had this happen before but it was supposedly fixed.
The file has seven layers, 339MB on disk... only the background layer was affected. I'll be happy to supply it if you want to see what happened. Its a figure nude so yes, NSFW.
Everything was fine until I duplicated the background and pulled up Image->Adjustments->Shadows/Highlights. The background layer (not the target layer for the adjustment) blew out almost completely to white. Going back in History didn't revert the correct tone. I immediately saved and when reopened, a bunch of white boxes. 
The image is ruined and I'll have to redo the work on it. :sigh:
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The RAW file was processed in Lightroom (also fully up-to-date.) My GPU doesn't qualify for graphics acceleration so please don't tell me to turn it off. That's not the fix.