Bridge has encountered a problem with the display driver, and has disabled GPU rendering which uses the graphics hardware. Please restart Br
Bridge has encountered a problem with the display driver, and has disabled GPU rendering which uses the graphics hardware. Please restart Bridge for an optimal experience.
Check the manufacturer's website for the latest software.
This is a feature that helps you auto detect a corrupt GPU and turns on software rendering for quality preview and thumbnail.
If you correct issues with GPU, this setting will automatically turn off.
Hi, I have the same issue with MacBook Pro M2 Pro, Ventura 13.3.1 and the latest version of Bridge. Both Photoshop and Lightroom Classic work flawlessly and recognise the GPU and use hardware rendering.
Not sure why Bridge is reporting this issue and it seems there is no way to solve it?
Also, what. is a corrupt GPU?
In 30 years of IT I have never heard anything like that.
Is Adobe still late with fixing bugs, glitches and incompatibilities?
Not what I expect when switching from Windows to MacOs.
Not a bug? I would not call it a feature for sure.
Chris Lloyd commented
If it isn't a bug (which I doubt) then it's a really stupidfeature. It gives no information on what the issues are with the GPU or how to correct them, it just closes down.
I am using a fairly old PC but there are no issues with any other piece of software and reverting to 13.0.1 restores full functionality.
Lorenzo Colloreta commented
Yes it IS a bug! on Mac you simply CAN NOT have a "corrupt GPU" as there are NO drivers you can mess with and NO strange hardware you can put inside, especially if you're using a MacBookPro 🤣 So, at least, if Adobe believes my GPU in my MacBookPro 2019 is not good anymore or they cannot work out the code to use it, then just disable the window prompt, as this is not something you can change.
So please, THIS IS A BUG, expected behavior should be "disable that GPU but show no message".
Martin Kleis Sundstrøm commented
The 2023 versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, After Effects and Premiere still work with my GPU (thank god) and let's face it, they are all more demanding than Bridge.
The previous version of Bridge utilized my GPU, and this one doesn't - or can't - or won't. I see no reason why Bridge suddenly won't support my GPU unless they either removed support intentionally, or made a mistake. It's' not the fastest card on the market but it makes my Mac mini 2018 way more usable. And given the price of GPUs lately, now is not the time to be phasing out hardware that's only 4 years old.
AMD RX Vega 56
Razor Core X eGPU
Mac mini 2018 / 32GB RAM
Mac OS Monterey 12.6
Same problem. Why is it the software Clone Army types like Abhishek Seth and Mahak Kudyar who work for Adobe or Microsoft or Whoever The Big DigiCo is believe themselves to be Info Saints but who really aren't and who really don't have a clue what they're talking about beyond mindlessly repeating what The Company tells them to say are always in denial and asserting the Company Dogma when it comes to clear and obvious problems with their products? Why bother asking them? They are of no help whatsoever. Adobe is like Microsoft. Everything is 'working as planned' and it must be you, the consumer, or your hardware, or your hardware configuration, or your AV product, or your user profile that's at fault. It's never the developer or their products. That would be impossible. Nope, can't be -- even when it is. Next topic.
Mike Howell commented
This error is getting really tiresome I have a GeForce MX150. I have been through three NVidia updates and it still persists with this error. Yet other applications using the GPU have no problem using it at all.
I'm pretty sure Adobe needs to re-examine their code. because there is nothing wrong with the hardware or drivers. However, Bridge crashes sometimes when this message comes up, not always, but enough for me to stop using Bridge anymore.
maurizio scaglia commented
Same problem with a brand new hardware .AMD Ryzen 7 3700 with Radeon Pro WX 5100 . Checked all drivers are ok , disintstalled and reinstalled ..nothing . And if I use Nik software ...crash
it is not a feature, because it always works, if you start bridge directly prior to using right click > browse in adobe bridge
Mahak Kudyar commented
We have added a feature in the latest build CC 2019 Bridge, helps you auto detect a corrupt GPU and turns on software rendering for quality preview and thumbnail.
Please try it out and let us know if you still face any issues.
Adobe Bridge team
Happens to me on 2 different machines and didn't happen before 2019 update. This is a bug. I've started another topic since this one is marked as not bug.
Владислав Кошелев commented
Yes, but what is the cause of problems with the GPU? Windows only reinstalled because of this problem, the video card drivers are latest, but the problem persists. Windows 10, Nvidia GeForce 1060