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larann78

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Please help me...I'm going to have a stroke if I can't get this fixed. I am a photographer and use Photoshop CS2 daily...never have problems. All of a sudden today, all at once, Photoshop starts acting up. It won't let me use my keyboard shortcuts that involve the ctrl and alt keys. Such as Ctrl alt spacebar to zoom....it won't do it. Also, I clicked on help and it gave me a message that said

ahc.exe
The instruction at "0x00864a4d" referenced memory at "0x00f20b08". The memory could not be "written".

I have tried installing the help package from Adobe.com and no luck. What could be going on? I depend on this program for my income!
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MadMama

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Please help me...I'm going to have a stroke if I can't get this fixed. I am a photographer and use Photoshop CS2 daily...never have problems. All of a sudden today, all at once, Photoshop starts acting up. It won't let me use my keyboard shortcuts that involve the ctrl and alt keys. Such as Ctrl alt spacebar to zoom....it won't do it. Also, I clicked on help and it gave me a message that said

ahc.exe
The instruction at "0x00864a4d" referenced memory at "0x00f20b08". The memory could not be "written".

I have tried installing the help package from Adobe.com and no luck. What could be going on? I depend on this program for my income!


http://www.geekstogo...or-t140095.html
I hope this helps.

Edited by MadMama, 26 November 2007 - 10:45 AM.

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Sumitra

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Thank you so much! I could now reinstall my Photoshop, I had exactly the same problem as mentioned above. Thanks again!!! :)
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