Ever since I upgraded from Flash MX 2004 Professional to
Flash Professional 8 on my PowerMac G5 it doesn't run. All I can do
open the software but as soon as I click on a menu or a
button, whatever, like changing the size it freezes instantly. I've
searched the forum and every possible place to find any answer that
can solve my problem but it seems like I'm alone with this, I can't
find any information anywhere. I've even tried to un-install and
re-install Flash again but same problem still occur - freezing. Has
anyone had the same problem on a Mac G5 with dual 2,5 GHz
processors, in that case – what did you do to solve the
problem? I'm out of ideas and can't figure out more.
My specs are:
PowerMac G5 (2005), dual 2,5 GHz processors
Boot ROM-version: 5.1.8f7
Systemversion: Mac OS X 10.3.9
Kernel-version: Darwin 7.9.0
1 GB RAM memory
Apple 20" flatscreen, 1650 x 1050 pixles resolution
Flash Professional 8, upgrade (Flash worked fine before the
All other Studio softwares I upgraded run and work great,
except for Flash.
I also have to add: I can't even click on Preferences in
Flash, nothing. It freezes instantly. It run as long as I don't
touch ANY button or menu in Flash, as soon as I do anything, touch
a menu or button Flash freeze.
Anyone know what to do? Or shall I throw it out and install
an earlier version like MX 2004 Professional, that version of Flash
worked. Please, please, please... Help.