After years Adobe Photo Deluxe 2.0 will not open. I added more ram and now when I try and open Adobe it tells me I don't have enough RAM to open. Frustrated!!!!! It is the only photo program I have
I have been using Adobe Photo Deluxe 2.0 program for years. It is the only photo program I have that actually lets me size all the way down to 1 X 1 if I want it.
I added more ram to my computer and switched to Trend Micro...those were the only changes.
Now when I try to open Adobe it tells me I don't have enough RAM to open it. I have uninstalled it and re-installed it and the same thing happens. What is wrong???
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Anytime your streaming videos are playing but not running smoothly, you either have a slow internet connection and aren't downloading fast enough to keep the data streaming OR you don't have enough RAM to keep up with the streaming data and everything else that's going on in the background. Check your internet connection speed first. If you have a good download speed then add RAM to your pc. (You could also try clearing cache on your browser)
I do not believe this is possible. Adobe now makes 64 bit only programs since coming out with Creative Suite 4 and Photoshop. If you have 7 Professional or better, you can download Microsoft Virtual Machine and Virtual XP SP3 machine free (Microsoft.com) and install Photo Deluxe in the virtual machine.
VirtualBox is another free one.
You might need to upgrade your RAM I don't know how much you have but adding more would probable solve your problem If you go to www.crucial.com and run there scanner it will tell you how much you can add the type and amount the MB supports you can also buy it from them , RAM mod gels are easy to install you will see some vertical slots next to the CPU fan they will be put into those slots the RAM will have notches in them and you just line those up with the ones in the ram slots and press in until the locks on ether end locks it in
I found this solution on another forum and it worked for me. I have Adobe Photodeluxe 4 on a vista OS and got the same RAM error. I tried the "change the virtual memory" fix and that did not work. Then I found this: Right click on the Adobe Photodeluxe icon on the desktop and choose Properties, click on the Compatibility tab and choose run this progam in Windows XP service pack 2 mode. It worked for me!
Just because BIOS is recognizing the RAM doesn't necessarily mean it is usable. Also, ASUS recommends that you have the same amount of RAM in each bank. Another point they make is that your motherboard does not support double-sided DIMM chips.
I would refer to the manual for their specific instructions on proper RAM configuration:
If you are concerned that the memory stick might be bad, swap it out with one of your older ones, and see if your system boots and performs as it should. If not, then you know it is bad. My guess is that if you populate the memory slots with 4 gb, the system will recognize and make all of it available to you.
I'm sorry but the only way you're going to be able to use CS2 is if you either use less programs on the computer so that you can open it without the error message coming up, or downgrade back to Photoshop 4.0 or buy more RAM for your computer. Adobe Photoshop requires quite a bit of RAM so really, it would be wise to upgrade if you want to continue using their products.
Go into the PhotoDeluxe2.0 CD ROM file list, right click on setup.exe and then go to the compatability tab. Select Win 98/ME. Hit OK. Then double-click on setup.exe. Program should install on Vista. Then find setup.exe on your hard drive, and set the compatability to Windows 98/ME. Program runs, but says something about not being able to load 16-bit driver. Just cancel out of that popup window. Program works fine...for me...so far.