Question about Adobe Photoshop CS for PC
I 'm using Pentium 4 (2.8GHz), 768 mb of ram, mother bord is gigabyte and the video adapter is s3 graphics prosavage ddr(32 bit color depth)
usually it happen while dragging a high resolution picture file to an another window.
Hi, I may have an answer: In earlier versions of Photoshop you had a setting for scrap disc and I have found that if you have another physical disk with a fair bit of space and set that as scrapdisk location, rather than on the same disk you have photoshop installed it helps to stabilise things, allows huge files to be worked on (yes sure, at the loss of some speed, but at least it doesn't crash and lose everything that was done).
Hopefully this might prove useful.
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