07-04-2016 12:23 PM
07-04-2016 03:23 PM
We cannot diagnose Adobe Photoshop issues -- the underlying issue causing the problem could be almost anything, including (and not limited to):
- Windows 10 Updates
- Need to update / reinstall the Photoshop software
- Photoshop database may have been corrupted...
- You can check to see if Windows 10 has snuck an update onto the computer and perhaps caused the problem.
Windows 7: Control Panel > set icon view > Action Center >
Windows 10: Control Panel > set icon view > Security and Maintenance >
Under Maintenance > Open the Drop Down Menu >> Click on View Reliability Report
- You can check at the Adobe Forum
- If available, you can update your version of Photoshop -- or just reinstall the version you already own / have
- If you have HP Updates set to auto, open the HP Support Assistant and look at the log -- see if anything has installed recently.
- You might try a complete shutdown (to complete condition OFF) of your computer - you might shut off the router for a few minutes, too -- wait around for a few minutes, then restart the router (wait for it to boot), and boot the computer.
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