Adobe Photoshop problem.

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inanothersky

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ok, so i had adobe photoshop 5.0 on my computer. i just recently installed 6.0, hoping to keep both of them on my system! i am very attached to 5, but wanted to see what 6 had to offer. i somehow like the format of 5 better.

but this doesn't work.....photoshop 6 works perfectly fine, but whenever i open photoshop 5 i get the following error message:

"Photoshop has caused an error in KERNEL32.DLL. Photoshop will now close. If you continue to experience problems, try restarting your computer."


why is it doing this, and how can i fix it so that i can run both versions? or is that possible...?

i'm using windows me, btw.
 

eddie5659

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Hiya

Just for starters, you may want to download AddAware www.lavasoftusa.com
Install and run it, ensuring that deep registry scan is enabled. You can remove all except any references to Web3000. If you are unsure, copy/paste the list.

It may not be just this, its just I'm at work and have no bookmarks here :p

Regards

eddie
 

inanothersky

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i've already got adaware, and i run it all the time. just ran it, and it still doesn't work.

apparently it isnt that...:)
 
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If you have more than one partition set the scratch discs to different partitions.

I would uninstall then reinstall Photoshop 5.
 

inanothersky

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i'm having a look at the scratch discs....


i already unistalled then reinstalled it...
 
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