For some strange reason, my copy of Photoshop CS2 (macintosh) has started giving me an error message after program start up: could not complete your request because there is not enough RAM. I don't have to do anything. This message pops up about 1 minute after I start the program. The program works fine. I just close the window and go on. I haven't installed any new plug ins or changes to my prefs or hardware configuration. This just started for no apparent reason. It doesnt't refuse to work, it's just annoying. I've tried deleting the Photoshop prefs file and reinstalling the program from the master disc. Didn't help. I'm running OS 10.4.2 on a dual 1.8 gz processor mac with 4 gigs of RAM; Photoshop set to retain 60% of that. Anyone with any ideas about this, or should I just quit whining and go back to work...
OK. This thread is ridiculously unfocused, few know what they are trying to describe, and not a single peep from anyone at adobe. Might as well go check out yahoo answers :/
Thanks Adobe, for all the support on this common and unnecessary bug. And no, I'm not paying $100 support ticket and wasting half my day. Just fix it.
Edit: I'm sorry, I see that there is an employee that posted. Sir, I appreciate your advice, but can you please escalate this and post what the teams findings are?
The thread is "unfocused" because it is posted in the wrong forum.
If you still have a similar problem, please post to the correct forum with details so that people can help you figure out what is wrong on your system.
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