I am a graphic designer... have a graphics Dell with CS3 Master Pkg installed. When I print to the two big ole' Konika Minolta C350 copier printers I have in my network, I get lines instead of graphics...from all my programs. Text prints fine. I do NOT have Vista (my designer son warned me about that one)..but have XP. I see online that there are issues with CS3 and Windows. Any suggestions? Our IT guy, of course, knows nothing about graphics stuff, so I'm trying to fix this myself. Are there different drivers I can obtain? Should I be contacting the copier guy to fix this? Another person here has CS2 and it works fine, btw.
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Here is how to crack Photoshop CS3 and get rid of the trial period: 1) Complete the installation as usual 2) Go to \\Adobe\\Adobe Photoshop CS3\\AMT 3) Rename the file called application.sif to application.sif_
This is for those who cannot generate a valid serial number over at adobe: 1) Complete installation as usual 2) Go to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS3\AMT 3) Delete the file called application.sif 4) Enjoy!
I would suggest downloading Photoshop CS4, and trying it first, before spending time downloading the other applications. If Photoshop CS4 runs on your computer, the others probably will. Premiere Pro is the biggest resource hog, but will run fine on a dedicated graphics computer.
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Click <HERE> for Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 system requirements.