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Photoshop 7 Will Not Open

I have been using Photoshop 7 for the last couple of years but recently it would not open, so i re-installed it but i got a message saying something about the Photoshop Primary Scratch beening on the same drive as the Windows Primary File, i don't know what that means.

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Photoshop wants you to put the files on another drive when the main one is full. It always ask this when you first install it. Just make it the local C drive unless you have another drive.

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The tests
I decided to test out my theory. I began by restarting my system (a dual 2GHz G5 PowerMac with 2GB of RAM), then rendering out my After Effects movie again, with no other applications open. I got an almost identical render time as the first render. I then opened Safari, and opened 5 random sites in tabs (digg.com, cnn.com, myspace.com, macenstein.com (of course) and virb.com). I figured these represented a good mix of the type of sites I visit, as well as sites with differnet types of layouts and memory requirements. I clicked around a bit in each site to build up a little cache action, then re-opened After Effects and rendered the scene again. The render time was almost exactly the same 15 minutes longer that I experienced the first time.
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Above: Results on a PowerMac opening and saving a 1.72 GB file, then again with Firefox and Sarafi open. The system took 40% longer to open the document and 49% longer to save it with multiple sites open in Safari. As you can see, Photoshop gave a similarly dismal performance while Safari was running, particularly during the “Open Document” test, where it added a full 97 seconds to the process.
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You have to reinstall photoshop, most likely registry entrys have been removed from registry or some files are missing.

a uninstall and then a install (reinstall) will fix the problem.

If you need more asistance, let me know. Good luck.

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Hi it is not the problem related to PP viewer. The problem with the Browser or iexplorer.exe So please try to upgrade it to IE7 or repair internet explorer and restore defaults of the explorer settings..

I face the same problem then i done like this.

I resolved the problem....

Goodluck :)

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