Can you run Adobe Master Collection CS3 or CS4 oncomputers running Windows 7, 64 bit?
Maybe this link will help you make a determination? This is for CS4:
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I could not find the same page as before so this is a different site. I don't know if the minimum system requirements necessarily mean that there are Maximum system allowances. In other words since Win7 is relatively new, some software might not run on it even though it worked fine on previous versions of the OS. This is true for Mac OS as well and is because of the nature of the Drivers necessary to make applications work in certain system environments.
nope, it's a full version. I was more concerned about some of the posts that I read saying that CS3 does not run well on Windows 7, 64 bit. I would not want to sell it unless I know for fairly certain that there are not a lot of known issues.
Your friend can run it in demo mode for 30 days. Keep in mind that you will have to fill out a license transfer form as well as paper work stating that you've uninstalled the software and destroyed any copies you might have and that you did not use it as a basis for an upgrade.
Forgive me, perhaps I was not clear, I understand all about transferring licenses, my question is will CS3 run on Windows 7, 64 bit computer? I see a lot of comments regarding the installation of CS3 on Windows 7. Will someone have issues if they try to run CS3 on Windows 7?
Bob, I am aware that this is a forum and I am well versed in how to utilze one. I think that my question is appropriate to this forum, will CS3 work with Windows 7, 64 bit. I have been using Adobe products for over 10 years and have had some real conflicts with certain os.
Thanks for your response.
We're going around in circles here. It's pretty obvious nobody else jumping in.
I cannot give you any assurance that ANYTHING will work on your friend's computer. I can only tell you (and already have) that it works on mine. Why are you so resistant to my suggestion of installing it and running it as a demo for a few days to make sure it will work?
I am not resisitant at all, I just don't want to sell something to someone when there may be a concrete answer to my question. Generally, Adobe knows what os their version will run on. Also, removing and reinstalling is not always so clean and simple and it takes a lot of time. I just wanted to make things easy for the person that wants to purchase Master Collection.
Bob, How did you find that link? I would have never been able to track that information down on my own accord. I only provided what I was able to get above. But you seem much more experienced with Adobe's products than I. And since I'm not running CS3 on Win 7 I didn't want to speculate so I didn't give any further input.
Woah. I had no idea that that's what it was. I used the same search query as I did for the first link, replacing CS4 with CS3 and that's the result that I got. No harm intended. Definitely not!!! Thanks for deleting it.