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Sounds as if you have filled up all your available RAM You might try increasing your page filing however that will slow you down a bunch. Best solution is what I have a SSD with the OS and PROGRAMS on it with a TB HDD for storage extra page filing with an SSD is just as fast maybe faster than the straight memory. A 64 GB SSD will hold Windows 7 Ultimate, MS Office 2007 Enterprise, And Adobe CS$ design Premium With about 25 GB left over. 8 GB Ram Quad core With SSD page filing MS recommended 12 GB so I now have essentially 20 GB of RAM and 40 GB SSD OS and Programs and the TB original Drive makes great storage You do not have enough table space (usable fast memory /disk) for all you are opening that is why some thing must close or stop
Adobe Photoshop CS2 have some system requirements to be meet before installation, the requirements are listed below: (if you don't meet any of the minimum you should upgrade your hardware to install this software) (hopes this helps)
To run Photoshop CS2, PC users
should have one of the following processors: Intel Centrino, Xeon, Xeon
Dual, Pentium III or a Pentium 4 processor.
Mac users who want to install Adobe Photoshop CS2 need at least a PowerPC G3, G4 or G5 processor.
Photoshop CS2 requires at least a
PC that runs Windows 2000 or Windows XP. Windows 2000 users need
Service Pack 4. Windows XP users need Service Pack 1 or Service Pack 2.
Mac users can run Photoshop CS2 on OS X versions 10.2.8 through
10.3.8 at least. However, Adobe recommends versions 10.3.4 through
Both PCs and Macs can run
Photoshop CS2 with 320 megabytes of RAM though Adobe recommends running
the program with at least 384 megabytes of RAM.
Before installing Adobe Photoshop CS2 on a PC, make sure you have at least 650 megabytes of hard-disk space free.
If you are installing CS2 on a Mac, check to make sure you have at least 750 megabytes of hard-disk space available.
Monitor and Video Card
Adobe Photoshop CS2 works best
on monitors with a resolution of at least 1024 by 768. A 16-bit video
card is also required. These requirements apply to both PC and Mac
1. Let your PC boot up completely before opening any applications. 2. Refresh the desktop after closing any application. This will remove any unused files from the RAM. 3. Do not set very large file size images as your wallpaper. Do not keep a wallpaper at all if your PC is low on RAM (less than 64 MB).
4. Do not clutter your Desktop with a lot of shortcuts. Each shortcut on the desktop uses up to 500 bytes of RAM 5.Empty the recycle bin regularly. The files are not really deleted from your hard drive until you empty the recycle bin. 6. Delete the temporary internet files regularly. 7. Defragment your hard drive once every two months. This will free up a lot of space on your hard drive and rearrange the files so that your applications run faster. 8. Always make two partitions in your hard drive. Install all large Softwares (like PSP, Photoshop, 3DS Max etc) in the second partition. Windows uses all the available empty space in C drive as virtual memory when your Computer RAM is full. Keep the C Drive as empty as possible. 9. When installing new Software
The Photoshop scratch disk is your hard drive. Photoshop uses your
hard drive as temporary "swap" space, or virtual memory, when your
system does not have enough RAM to perform an operation. If you only
have one hard drive or partition in
your computer, then the scratch disk will be the drive where your
operating system is installed (the C drive on a Windows system).
You can change the scratch disk location and add multiple
scratch disks from Photoshop Preferences. Many power users like to
create a dedicated hard drive partition for the Photoshop scratch disk.
Although Photoshop will function with a single scratch disk on the
system partition, you can improve performance by setting the scratch
disk to be the fastest drive in your system. Other useful guidelines
for setting scratch disks are to avoid using the same drive where your
operating system is installed, avoid using a drive where the files you
edit are stored, and don't use network or removable drives for a
If Photoshop is shut down improperly or crashes in the middle
of an editing session, this can leave fairly large temporary files
behind on your scratch disk. Photoshop's temp files are typically named
~PST####.tmp on Windows and Temp#### on Macintosh, where #### is a
series of numbers. These are safe to delete.
If you're getting an error message that the scratch disk is
full, it means you need to clear some space on whatever drive is
defined as the scratch disk in Photoshop Preferences, or add additional
drives for Photoshop to use as scratch space.
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.
You may be lacking RAM. Add more RAM because graphics applications like Photoshop requires a lot of RAM (e.g. 512 MB or 1 Gig) to work properly. Also inspect if your hard disk (especially C drive) is full. At least 10% of the hard drive must be free to enable programs to work.
No you cannot, because it is not supported when you uninstall it. If you visit Adobe.com. What you might want to do is just download another version on it. Copy it onto a flash drive or CD. And then just place into the other PC.
Also you can share digital files between the PC and your Mac, but not programs, because programs are Server-Side installed. So the only way to share a program is to copy the files(Install Files) from one PC to the Mac, and it should work.
According to Adobe, the minimum requirement for Adobe Photoshop CS2 are:
Intel Xeon, Xeon Dual, Intel Centrino, or Pentium III or 4 processor
Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4, or Windows XP with Service Pack 1 or 2
320MB of RAM (384MB recommended)
650MB of available hard-disk space
1,024x768 monitor resolution with 16-bit video card
Internet or phone connection required for product activation
With the 384MB recommended memory and Windows will use say 120mb, it might be better to have 512 of memory. Of course the lower your processor speed, the slower the software. With the minimum of 650MB of available hard-disk space, you would still need a pretty big swap file say 1024mb if with 512 memory. It is also to your advantage if you constantly defrag your HD. Adobe does not specify a video card requirement but you would probably be better off with a 128 or a 256 mb.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back with details of your motherboard/PC or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.