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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
1325-1999-1575-8294-2220-0937 try this code to your cs3 photoshop you need to use the crack for the full version copy the crack then paste it, right click the photoshop icon to your desktop then click properties click find target then paste the crack that you copy..
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Quite a dilemma. You need to be in Photoshop to adjust the memory preference settings. The memory preference settings prevent you from getting into Photoshop. Catch-22.
The solution: Change the settings through the .ini file.
Important: If you have questions or need clarification at any point, stop and ask. You are my eyes, I want you to understand the process. OK?
Just to clarify a few things (to rule out other possibilities), please respond with the answers to the following:
This just started happening? (No recent changes or upgrades to 7.0?)
What is the size of your hard drive? (Right click the drive icon in My Computer and select Properties. It will show a pie chart. I'm looking for Capacity)
Same place, What is the available space?
Any other recent events that might have something to do with memory usage or disk utilization? (even remotely possible)
Ram - How many megabytes (Giga?)
Are you comfortable navigating with Windows Explorer?
OK, The objective:
Find the initialize file (.ini) that Photoshop uses to save its settings (general preferences, memory, file locations, etc.).
Once found, change the default settings, specifically those involving memory usage, errors and so on.
This should allow the application to complete its initialization.
The changes: Either you can do it with notepad or you can copy and paste it into a comment back to me. Then I make the changes which you put back into the file. Which ever, I prefer to see the whole file, in case something else catches my eye. Don't worry, it's pretty short.
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.
FIRST try the simple solutions. Check if your speaker wires are plugged into the proper ports. If you are unsure, it won't hurt to try different configurations. (If you hear sound from other devises such as plating a CD of the "Microsoft Sound" when starting up or shutting down, then the speakers are wired correctly.) If this is OK then try... Go to your "Device Manager" (Right click on 'My Computer', select 'Properties', click the 'Hardware' tab, click the 'Device Manager' button. Click the "Sound video and game controllers"). If there is some kind of a "Warning" icon superimposed on the 'speaker' icon there is your problem! If no "Warning" icons then try...
One at a time... Double click on each of the devises that have 'Audio' in the listings. Click the "Properties" tab, look for any "Warning" icons Uninstall the DRIVERS for THAT DEVICE only. See instructions below. Click on the faulty devise and hit the remove button, follow the instructions given by the program. Shutdown, restart, the device will automatically reinstall by the "Found New Hardware" program.