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Please help i don't know what happened!P


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jacobusmatthew

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I have been having a really big problem with photoshop someone please help!!!!!

Everytime i run the program after i click enough times it freezes and says that its not responding .............it seems like its run out of memory and has to like reload itself..........it can't be my system because its brand new and i ran photoshop on my old computer......any ideas????

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aldaros23

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which means you're out of RAM... sorry lol


photoshop is a massive program and you must have enough RAM to support it and the other programs running in the background


try getting rid of some backround processes (the Control+alt+delete ones) and making some harddrive space
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Murray S.

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Howdy:

What version of Photoshop and what was the operating system on your old system as compared to your new system??

There is a very good chance you may have a compatibility problem there!!

Murray

WHOA.. Didn't realize the original post was over 2 months old.. Sure hope they got it fixed by now !! :tazz:

Murray

Edited by Murray S., 03 July 2005 - 09:15 AM.

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