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In Topic: Photoshop CS4 OpenGL Performance

21 January 2009 - 11:45 PM

Hi All,

In the image attached it's described the solution. This setting work perfect for me!

don't forget to restart photoshop before test!

Thank you so much. You saved my Photoshop CS4! :rolleyes:

In Topic: Photoshop CS4 OpenGL Performance

22 December 2008 - 02:22 PM

Hmm... Sometimes I think the best solution would be to buy a new (full compatible) video card...

That would not be a solution. That would be surrender...
If I have to buy a new card, I would first solve this problem and then buy a new one, after I'm satisfied.

In Topic: Photoshop CS4 OpenGL Performance

21 December 2008 - 03:01 PM

I think we should try to find a kext other than Natit or EFI strings, to produce better QE performance.
So far, no success. I've tried NVdarwin, NVkush, NVinject, but all of these kexts gave me no QE at all.
Please keep us updated if you have any results.


10 December 2008 - 10:13 AM

Meanwhile, I have totally changed my configuration, hardware and software.
I don't use an Epson scanner (I switched to Canon), I am not using Tiger, as I used to (now I have Leopard) and I am not using CS2 (now I have CS4).
I have even formatted the hard disk I had when I started this topic, so I cannot help georgeorange. Sorry!

In Topic: AppleVIAATA over 4gb RAM bug solved (at least i believe so)! JMicron and...

09 December 2008 - 01:26 PM

System Preferences -> Energy Saver -> Uncheck put the hard disk(s) to sleep when possible.

That should work fine.

If it doesn't work for you, look up in the forum for something called HDAPM. And if HDAPM doesnt work, look for DECLUNK.

Thank you so much for this information. ;)

System Pref./Energy Saver/Put the hard disk to sleep didn't work (I had already tried before posting my problem)

So you've solved my problem.
Thank you again.
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