It appears your system drivers are up to date when comparing them with the download list at the Dell support site. Product Support | Dell US
Have you contacted Dell regarding the issue? Your system is a new system and Dell may or may not be aware of the issue. It would be good to bring it to their support folks as they may have a solution.
Finally, be sure you have all the patches and updates installed for your Adobe products.
Yes I have already contacted Dell multiple times and they really don't know how to help me. All they can say is that there is some software incompatibility with Intel.
I have been experimenting on my issue and I have singled out the component that is causing the problem. My Intel GPU driver crashes more often after the computer wake up from sleep in programs that rely on gpu accelaration, causing the entire system to freeze. If I go to device manager, disable and re-enable the intel graphics card, right afterwards I would be able to open both photoshop and premiere fine. But this only lasts until the next time I put my computer to sleep.
I've been discovering more programs that are effected by this problem. In addition to photoshop and premiere, my computer froze on two other occasions when I was using another program, which was VLC player during a video playback.
Do you know of any fixes, or can Intel develop a fix?
Hi Clare, I think this issue deserves more troubleshooting in order to really find the cause since it could be related to Windows*, AMD* driver or something else.
Please check the following hotfix: Windows 8-based computer freezes when you resume the computer from sleep mode
The Windows* Event Log may provide valuable information.
This is a problem which occurred after a windows update, There are several people with the same problem, my computer worked fine until that update about 2 weeks ago, Everywhere I went on the internet people were complaining about this problem, there are several ways people gave to solve it but mine was to no avail. if you did a search on the internet you would see it has now become a common problem, it seems to have many sources for this Display driver has stopped responding and has recovered. I wonder why so many computers are having problems with it. There are so many replies and a windows fix but it does not work for everyone, no luck, you might try doing a search for Display driver has stopped responding and has recovered and see what you can come up with, also try other search words, there are some that are not answered and others which give answers, it seems to depend on the source of the problem. I am hoping that Microsoft is working on finding out the cause or causes. You can also search Intel, I posted this question somewhere including HP I did not have any luck,It was also posted on Tom's hardware and several message boards. I hope you find the answer.