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My system is MS Windows 2000 Pro with SP4; 384 MB RAM, 60 GB hard drive

I'm trying to run Adobe Photoshop CS2. It's been installed successfully (or so it says), but when I try to find Adobe Bridge I can't see the Bridge icon on my task bar. The college I study at runs Windows XP SP2 and they have the icon on the task bar. Yet during the installation process on my computer it specifically states "Installing Adobe Bridge".

I've checked the help files on CS2 but no luck. I'm also following Adobe's Photoshop CS2 "Classroom in a Book" as part of my course but can't find any help there either.

Any help would be welcome! Thanks in advance.
 
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You have the minimum amount of memory needed to run Photoshop and perhaps when you load it, there isn't enough to open Adobe Bridge. Have you tried opening Adobe Bridge seperately?
 
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Adobe Bridge doesn't install a quick launch icon (I imagine whoever installed it added it later).
You have to start it from the 'Start -> (All) Programs' menu.
 
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