I have just upgraded my system to a duel core processor, and now I am unable install PS CS3. It just acts like it is starting to run, but never installs. I have done everything that the tech support says, but it is doing doing the same thing. Last resort is they say to check the "bios" in the motherboard. OK, now I am scared......any ideas anyone
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Yes. Any Intel Pentium 4 processor will fit fine. That said A P4 processor is fast, but the Pentium D is much faster. The D stands for Dual Core. This means that they have two on die processor cores instead of just one, as the Pentium 4 does. Two processors also makes it better for "demanding" applications.
The Pentium D is better if you have a motherboard that will utilize the technology. As stated the Pentium D is Duel core. This is Intel's way of creating the closest environment of a true duel processor. The HT is for Hyper-Threading which acts like a zipper and allows several applications to process at the same time. The Pentium D will really make a difference when used with the new 64 bit operating system.
However, HT (Hyper-threading) P4, does have emulated Dual Core processing. In short, the processor makes the computer think its runing a dual core. The Pentium 4 also has a couple different levels, so if you are trying to make a comparison, make sure that you look carefully.
Although neither can match the power of an Athalon or an AMD x2 processor. If you are buying, get something with 64 bit processing. WAY faster and better for games and high graphic systems.
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.
Assuming the new processor is compatible with your MB there are several things to check. Do you have jumpers on your MB to identify different processors? Can you get to the BIOS with the new chip installed. There are several settings in there that could affect your boot process. Lastly, is your BIOS compatible with the new processor?
Hi there, As far I understand, If you install more than one copy of adobe product The serial will lock at Adobe home server. You can try to contact adobe here and tell them about the problem : http://www.adobe.com/support/photoshop/
First of all follow the instructions on this kb file: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315346
If you have previously installed cs3 you may have some residual files from the previous install still lurrking in the system files and registry which need removing. Or it may be that your cs3 installer files have become corrupt. to check this simply, do a file copy of the installer. If it copies ok it is likely not corrupted.
If you were using CS2 and had calibrated your monitor with the Spyder 2pro your color profile should be the same and can be used in CS3. Match all of your color preference settings in CS3 to what you have them set for in CS2 you should be fine. Eventually you will want to upgrade the the Spyder3 pro or Elite which works in CS3 & 4. I don't think the Spyder went bad I'm pretty sure it doesn't work with the newer versions. Yes you'll have to uninstall Photoshop first check, to see if the device works with your older version of PS then calibrate the monitor again. Transfer your setting to the new PS after reinstalling it.
The point of an upgrade edition of a piece of software is so that you can upgrade your existing software. You need Photoshop 7 or higher to use the upgrade. If you don't have it, you will need to return/refund your purchase of the cs3 upgrade, and get the full version of the software instead.
Your other option is to purchase an earlier version of adobe photoshop, in order to install it so that you can upgrade it. Seems very round-about but I suppose it would work, and I'll bet if you find adobe photoshop 7 somewhere, it'll be awfully cheap ;)
A8V-MXs are built for AMD processors. You will need a board made for Intel processors if you want to purchase the above processor. If you want to stick with Intel and Asus check out the P5 series of boards. If not, buy an AMD chip...I've had AMD in almost every one of my computers, laptops and desktops.