5 Replies Latest reply on Sep 16, 2013 12:42 PM by Chris Cox

    Ps CS2 not launching on my Mac PPC

    fe12345

      my adobe photoshop quit how do I get it running again?

        • 1. Re: fe12345
          JJMack Most Valuable Participant

          First thing to try is resetting your Photoshop preferences during Photoshop start up. Press and hold Shift+Alt|Opt+Ctrl|CMD immediately after clicking on the start Photoshop icon. You should get a prompt if you want you preferences deleted reply yes.

          • 2. Re: fe12345
            fe12345 Level 1

            box opens "problem report for photoshop"

             

            Process:         Adobe Photoshop CS2 [1675]

            Path:            /Applications/Adobe Photoshop CS2/Adobe Photoshop CS2.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe Photoshop CS2

            Identifier:      com.adobe.Photoshop

            Version:         9.0 (9.0x196) (9.0)

            Code Type:       PPC (Translated)

            Parent Process:  launchd [148]

             

             

            Date/Time:       2013-09-16 11:02:42.797 -0500

            OS Version:      Mac OS X 10.6.8 (10K549)

            Report Version:  6

             

            Not sure what all this means

            Fred

            • 3. Re: fe12345
              PECourtejoie Adobe Community Professional

              Hello, John gave both the Mac and PC shortcuts, Try just holding down Shift+ Option+Command as soon as you click on the Ps icon to start it up.

              • 4. Re: fe12345
                SG... Adobe Employee

                Hi Fred,

                 

                Is there more info in this report than what you've pasted? Have you been running fairly stable for a while and this just started happening? If so, have you updated anything else recently?

                 

                regards,

                steve

                • 5. Re: fe12345
                  Level 7

                  That's only the first few lines of the crash report - to know what's happening we'd need to see the rest of it.

                   

                  But you're running on an Intel machine, not a PowerPC machine (that's what Translated means).

                  So you're probably just hitting bugs in the Rosetta emulation software (which Apple has dropped).