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I have no clue where to put this topic, so if should be elsewhere, please tell me where. A few days ago, I was having trouble viewing video in facebook and even on youtube. I "googled" and did "something". Scary, but I really don't remember what I did. I think I updated Quicktime, but I'm not really sure, to be honest. I updated or downloaded something new. Today, I began to use Photoshop. I have both full PS an dPS Elements. In both, when I "place" a picture, it's very pixelated. I googled again, and learned that maybe my video card driver isn't updated. I'm afraid I did something. My OX system is version OSX Lion 10.7.5.  It says I have no software updates, which I find to be odd, since I never update anything (unless this is done so automatically). My graphics card info shows AMD Radeon HD 6750M 512 MB and Quicktime says it's Version 10.1 (501.29). I went to my recent downloads and can't find anything that I downloaded. There was something called "vso_downloader" but when I clicked it, it was a text file. I have no idea what it is/was. Can someone please help me? I need photoshop for work. Thank you!


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1. Test your Hardware: https://support.appl...US&locale=de_DE

 

2. Start in Safe Mode: https://support.appl...US&locale=de_DE

Open Disk Utility and check permission of your system drive. If you get errors try to repair it.

 

VSO Downloader is  a tool that you can download videos from youtube, vimeo etc.  If you don't know from where you got this, maybe they was installed by another third party software.

 

Check for Adware:

 

1. Download AdwareMedic

2. Open the DMG and install it.

3. Start and choose Scan for Adware. Founded Adware will remove to the trash. Restart


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