Problems Regarding the Display Drivers

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Hello friends

I have just started using windows 8 CP, but I am facing some problems regarding the display drivers.

I have recently installed the Adobe Photoshop on my system, but it loads very slowly.

When I try to initialize it, it gives me an error.

The screenshot of the error is as follows:

Photoshop has encountered a problem with the display driver, and has temporarily disabled GPU enhancements.

Check the video card manufacture’s website for the latest software.

GPU enhancements can be enabled in the Performance panel of Preferences.

Before using windows 8 CP I was using windows 7, and I never faced any issues regarding Adobe Photoshop. I had some problems regarding Cinema4D, but I solved  it manually by installing the drivers from latest windows 7. The screenshot of the catalyst of the windows is attached below:

Is there any solution to run AMD catalyst 11.2 on windows 8 as someone told me that AMD drivers are incomplete?

Is this true?

Please let me know.

Your suggestions are needed to fix the problem.

Thanks and best wishes

Best Answer by Peter franklin
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Problems Regarding the Display Drivers


Friend same problem with me i have a solution it works for me uninstall the display driver unplug the gpu replug it install the drivers again then update the gpu drivers it works for me see if it works for you also

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Answered By 0 points N/A #139233

Problems Regarding the Display Drivers



You are using Windows 8 consumer preview. Windows 8 Consumer Preview is not supposed to have all the drivers and all that stuff. You should not put it on your main computer, install it on a virtual machine or your secondary computer. Windows 8 final version has been launched you should install that, it should solve your problem. If you have installed it on your main computer then you should upgrade to the full version. You should also check for updates for your drivers. I hope you find the solution.


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