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Photoshop CS2 on Windows Vista


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Ok. 3rd problem! hehehe.. god i have so many problems.. LOL

here it is.. Ok. So i installed Photoshop CS2 on my Windows Vista Home Premium.. Activated and Registered successfully!

Then close it.. When I open Photoshop the next day because I need to do something, "Photoshop wants me to register again!"

Everytime I open Photoshop i have to register.. It's so annoying! Anyone know what's wrong? :unsure: :crying_anim02:

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Ok. 3rd problem! hehehe.. god i have so many problems.. LOL

here it is.. Ok. So i installed Photoshop CS2 on my Windows Vista Home Premium.. Activated and Registered successfully!

Then close it.. When I open Photoshop the next day because I need to do something, "Photoshop wants me to register again!"

Everytime I open Photoshop i have to register.. It's so annoying! Anyone know what's wrong? :unsure: :crying_anim02:

I'm sure that the problem is in registry permissions. Are you administrator on that PC?

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yes i'm the administrator and i'm th only one who uses this pc.

You have problems with registry permissions for sure, 'cause you had similiar problem with the flash..

Hmm, I'll check it out and let you know if I find a solution for this issue..

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Start here mate..

http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/knowledgebase...x.cfm?id=330089

if this won't help, let me know..

it doesn't show up the registration now! what i've done is go to properties as seen on ths screenshot and tick the box that says "run this program in compatibily mode for xp."

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thanks again! happy to be here! :thumbsup_anim: :notworthy: :thumb_yello:

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