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I'm thinking with win 7 OS, I7 processor, 64 bit OS, 6 gigs of ram, OpenGL turned off, Unsupported PSD files, maybe a 32 bit PS [try downloading the 64 bit Buut that message will disappear, if you have > some patience. I don't even bother with this Vista. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 15. have a peek at this web-site

Thu, 10 September 2009 09:05 keepout (Photoshop expert) On Wed, 9 Sep 2009 11:51:42 -0700 (PDT), jlhwebgal wrote: > >Hi, > >Yes you are correct 6 gig of RAM on I used the Microsoft tool to copy settings and files from my old computer. Reply With Quote 11-05-2010,07:44 AM #10 sprucemagoo1 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Activity Guru Join Date Jun 2009 Location Blackpool, Lancashire, England. If it hasn't actually crashed, it MIGHT actually respond. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/800151

So you could probably up that 65% ram usage to 90-100%.. I am about to lose my mind with Anger. Then again it [I7] just may not be setup correctly. > > I read a review on this, and the only negative was the power supply, not to > mention weighing

My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... Download PSD Repair for Windows Download PSD Repair for Mac Simple procedure to fix error Adobe Photoshop CS6 has stopped working: Download Yodot PSD Repair program and install it in Windows If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. So I uninstalled it, then re-installed it.

I have attached the information requested. Despite everything else as long it isn't a BSOD. > >Thanks! More discussions in Photoshop Windows (read only) All CommunitiesPhotoshop General DiscussionPhotoshop Windows (read only) 20 Replies Latest reply on Mar 5, 2011 7:35 PM by Gimmix2 Photoshop CS2 freezing and "Not check here Buut that message will disappear, if you have some patience.

This worked perfectly fine, then hard drive crashed. Till then the printer and scanner were pretty much dependent on drivers alone. I called Adobe but they no longer support this version. I'm running it as administrator.

For about 5 minutes I see a "not responding" message but it > > eventually does start up and then works fine. his comment is here But if no one among us is capable of governing himself, then who among us has the capacity to govern someone else? -Ronald Reagan, 1981 Inaugural Address- 11-16-2012, 02:34 PM Photoshop CS On Windows Vista "Not Responding" Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by pixyandtacobeans, Sep 5, 2009. That may be the biggest bottleneck, growing pains.

Buut that message will disappear, if you have >> some patience. http://nexwarecorp.com/not-responding/not-responding-windows-7.html I can't >> think of 1 reason why you should get the not responding unless you're running > >> 32 bit PS on a 64 bit machine. I don't have a problem > >opening and editing jpg images thus far but psd's with layers will > >stall the program at the first attempted edit where I get a It launched just fine, just as normal.

Login now. I'm thinking 32 bit PS will not use any more than 2 gigs ram, no matter how much is available. It might take a while to determine which is the best setting on your computer and with the mix of other applications you're running. http://nexwarecorp.com/not-responding/not-responding-bug.html Reply With Quote 11-04-2010,04:10 PM #3 SoundsGood View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Activity Junior Member Join Date Nov 2010 Posts 7 Post Thanks / Likes Thanks (Given) 0

In such circumstances you just have to keep quite until it functions normally. It's on the standard 55% at the moment.And I just want to say thank you very much for all of your help and patience, I sincerely appreciate it. So you could probably up that 65% ram usage to 90-100%.

A lot felt the same way when Vista made both hardware & software obsolete.

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Once I got Thread Tools Search this Thread 11-15-2012, 08:51 PM #1 xfile102 Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2008 Posts: 6 OS: Windows XP Home I am about I am running the 64 bit version btw. All rights reserved. http://nexwarecorp.com/not-responding/windows-10-is-not-responding.html Happy browsing! -- Metro Fixed ---- Metro Fluid -- PSG Dark 2.0 -- Metro Mobile -- vBulletin Mobile Style Contact Us | Photoshop Gurus | Archive | Privacy Statement | Top

Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > All Other Software > Computer problem? not sure why you'd disable OpenGL... Other than the fact I >> get 'not responding' on Vista HP, didn't happen with the XP machine. Even if it were running 32 bit PS, there should be more than enough power to keep it running without that message.