I'll either be working in Photoshop or opening anything on the internet and I click on something and my computer is hyperactive - opening extra links and in photoshop will zoom in several times when I only want it to once
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Ultimate solution which might more effective than all listed is photoshop repair corrupted file
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· Open "My Computer." In Windows XP, the icon is on the desktop. In Windows Vista or Windows 7, you must access this via the "Computer" option in the Start menu.
· Double-click the "C" drive, followed by the "Windows" folder inside. Locate the temporary Photoshop folder, which will look similar to this: "Photoshop Temp6382948398." Double-click the folder when you find it.
· Locate the file inside the temporary folder that matches the name of the corrupted file. Double-click it to open it in Photoshop.
· Click "Save As" in the "File" portion of the main menu bar. Save it in a different location and under a different name. Photoshop Repair ToolboxSolve Adobe Photoshop problems and issues by keeping it up to datehttps://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/file-recovery-photoshop.html
Directly installing Adobe Photoshop 7.0 from internet is not feasible.
Download setup or use Adobe Photshop 7.0 CD to start installation.
Close anyprograms or applications that may be currently running on the computer. Saveany open documents that may also be open to avoid losing work during theinstallation process
Insert theAdobe PhotoShop 7.0 software installation disc into your CD-ROM drive. Allowthe computer to run and detect the installation disc. Upon detection, the AdobePhotoShop 7.0 Setup Welcome Screen will load. (Skip this step if the setup is located in the PC, click the setup icon to Start the setup)
Click"Next" on the Warning screen that will open after the Setup WelcomeScreen redirects.
Select theradio button that applies to your personal status and ownership of the program,whether it be Individual or business.
Type yourtitle or salutation, first and last name, and company name (if any), in theUser Information window's designated data forms.
Enter theserial number 24 digit serial code in the six blank data form boxes at thebottom of the User Information window. Click "Next" to advance to theFile Association settings.
Click the"All to PS" and "All to IR", which indicates that PhotoShop7.0. supports all file types, and click "Next" to begin installingand copying the software's files, functions, and components to your computer'shard drive.
Click the"OK" button in the pop-up window that will appear to conclude theinstallation process.
Hi, To resolve this issue right click on an image on your computer (preferably a photo), select "open with" from the sub menu. If Photoshop is in the list don't choose that, select choose default program instead. A new window will pop up, if Photoshop is in the list of recommended programs highlight it and make sure the "always use the selected program to open this kind of file" box is checked (with a tick in it) and click OK. Photoshop should automatically open the image for you then and for the rest of your images. If Photoshop is not in the list click on browse and navigate to local disk C\Program Files for the Photshop program, Click OK and you should be good to go.
Sounds like something viral to me. If you are able to connect to the Internet I would suggest downloading and running a tool called combofix. Information on how to use it and links to download are here. I've used this on several XP systems to get rid of some nasty stuff, but never had to try it on Vista yet. If the trouble is not from a virus but just because something else has thoroughly screwed up the registry, you might have to restore your system.
if you put your vista disc in and boot from that you should be able to go to a point when it was working or do a repair install.
If you need to do a repair install make sure you back all of your data up before you do it.
You should be able to use firefox or internet explorer to navigate the C drive to navigate and find all the documents you want to save etc and you should be able to copy it to a memory stick or external hard drive.
Open My Computer, Right click on the CD drive icon and click Explore. When the folder opens look for a icon usually called Setup, or Install, or something similar. May be PSP Setup. Click it or Double click it and follow instructions.
open both the pictures on the working area, select the region from any one of the picture that u need to clone on to the other using clone tool. now go to the other picture press the right click button on the mouse and just scribble....the selected area from the other picture ll just be redrawn here