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Photoshop 7.0 When I click to start the softwareit starts to load and the disappears(quits) Any info Photoshop 7.0 When I click to start the softwareit starts to load and the disappears i have installed adobe photoshop 10.0 lite....but when i want 2 start it...it jst loads n then disappears.....plz help....

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Unistall and reinstall again.Because its not installed properly.

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