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New Monitor - Error Message Upon Photoshop 4 Startup


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Libid21

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I get this error message whenever I try to start Adobe Photoshop CS4.

http://img200.images...92/errorkim.jpg

It's a whole screenshot, so I decided not to post it. But I installed the digital drivers (not the analog though, but my brother said the analog is just for controls) of this Samsung, which is the SyncMaster 2233SW 21.5".
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The analog drivers are for when the signal is analog.
Are you using the DVI connector or the D-Sub connector?
I would install all the drivers.

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I don't know anything about that kind of stuff, I just know it's that blue end.
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I apologize for that.
Continuing forward, from the picture, which connector are you using?

[attachment=32747:D_sub_and_DVI.jpg]
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I think I'm using analog.
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Okay, so I installed both the analog and the digital (I think). The error message still shows up.

Also, I just noticed this too... the windows picture viewer's color looks a bit off. Not the pictures themselves but the background. It's supposed to be grayish right? It looks more tan than it should be. Maybe it's supposed to be like that.
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