Having problem merging images in CS5

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I have tried merging 5 images in 64 bit cs5 and each time I get an error message – a long one with lots of run on details. I have tried this with two different sets of images, and I get the same results. Any suggestions? I have 6 gigs of ddr3 memory and a 1 gig video card. Can anyone help me. Thanks in advance.

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Answered By 560690 points N/A #144867

Having problem merging images in CS5

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Too bad you did not include in your post the complete details of the error message that you received when you did the merging of the images to help us determine the possible cause of the problem. The error message always contains the source of the error like for example if it was an internal error on the application or the error originated from a specific file in the application. This kind of detail is important.

But anyway, try checking if you are doing the merging the right way. It’s possible that there is something wrong with the way you do the merging of the images. You may also try reinstalling your application if you suspect that it’s the program that’s causing it. Uninstall Adobe CS5 from your machine then check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. Install the program again after this and see if this fixes it.

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Having problem merging images in CS5

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Hello Lee,

You will need to verify if you have seen CS5 fail before in case you disable the [  ] Use Graphics Processor checkbox, and after that restart Photoshop, for the issue may be somehow related to that.

You will need to try unchecking the Graphics Processor box, and after that restart it and then confirm that the box is still unchecked. Check if that resolves the issue.

The issue may be with GPU support from your video card, and therefore you may need to a better video card to try to solve this.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Carl

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