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Sat, 11 June 2005 01:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dave_milbut (Photoshop expert)
we're not lauging at you, we're laugh... hmm... well yea, i guess we're laughing at you. ;)

<kidding!>
Mon, 04 July 2005 15:48 Go to previous messageGo to next message
undressedmonster (Photoshop begginer)
seems its been almost a month since anyone has tried anything to fi
this.

Any news from those who have called adobe

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Thu, 07 July 2005 19:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
deathdaemon (Photoshop begginer)
Well after a weekend and two days of wondering what the heck was goin
on, heres the fix:

First off the problem can be caused by an error in the registry by
bad sector, if thats the case you want to defrag or reformat. Now i
you have a registry cleaning program like System Mechanic, or VCO
SystemSuite, ETC you are deleting a key that the the cleaning program
think photoshop does not need. You need to not, or protect thi
registry key from being corrupted or deleted from these programs
*[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE>SOFTWARE>Microsoft>Windows>CurrentVersion >Uninstall>{236BB7C4-4419-42FD-0409-1E257A25E34D}]
Now you can go ahead and turn the Adobe LM Service off or back t
manual. This fixed my problem with Adobe Photoshop CS2 and my VCO
SystemSuite Professional 6 deleting that key.

Edit: Also I did NOT notify Adobe on this, so whoever would b
ablidged, please note my e-mail to them :D Thanks

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Fri, 20 September 2013 03:32 Go to previous message
mehboobalamgir (Photoshop begginer)
On Wednesday, June 1, 2005 4:36:19 AM UTC+5, Michael Lougee wrote:
> I got a similar message last night, after months of using CS2, on Windows XP, successfully for months. Darn Frustrating...
>
> I haven't (yet) done an uninstall/reinstall, partly because there might(must) be a better way, partly because I have the CS2 *upgrade* and I'm worried that if I uninstall, it'll be dumb enough to think it shouldn't install at all, because there's no *previous* version on the disk, since I've unstalled everything. Then I'm even more stuck, perhaps.
>
> ALso, I want to put this CS2 on a new second computer, but when I tried that, it asked where the "prior" version of PS was, since I now have the CS2 *upgrade* version. I never had PS on this new laptop (a Tecra M4 tablet, very nice... I'm looking forward to PS on a Tablet, using the pen a lot, etc). Anyone have ideas for this issue? Do I need to go back a few versions (maybe PS5 or 5) when there was a *full* version, not an upgrade?

i need serial key
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