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Old Dec 30, 2012, 05:57 PM   #1
Jessica Lares
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Photoshop has detected graphics hardware that is not officially supported for 3D

I have been getting this error every time I open Photoshop CS6 on my MacBook Pro. All I've found is a bunch of "me too" posts, and no solution...

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Photoshop has detected graphics hardware that is not officially supported for 3D, and has temporarily disabled 3D functionality.
So what can I do since I can't upgrade my graphics card and it doesn't meet the requirements? I'd like to disable 3D if possible.
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