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Are you installing while running AV software? Try temporarily shutting it
off and reinstall.
I Stopped AV and installed PASE, but the Buffer Overrun still came on.
I had to clean install Windows XP Pro. because of fair few problems, I backed up everything with Acronis Home but only half of what I backed up was good ( Ac Windows ? )Everything was fixed with the reinstall, but for this new fault. I think it has something to do with Windows, as I'm an old new learner I need all the advice I can get.
This definitely sounds like you're into something that PSA is showing up as
a symptom not a cause for... Do you have access to something that is
technically inclined with computers? It sounds like you might have a ways to
get yet. Otherwise, we can try to help, but it will likely be a long and
There is nobody around who knows what it could be. I went back with System Restore to the day I clean installed the OS, Except for Acronis Home and Microsoft office, that did not fix it. Then I went and restored back to present day, uninstalled Acronis and Office and the result was still the same. So I don't know where to go next.In Microsoft there are lot of people with Buffer overruns in Internet Explorer and Google toolbar, but nix about Photoshop. If I can't find an answer I think I will just forget about Photoshop on this PC.
I installed it on a very similarly setup PC and had no trouble whatsoever. Very frustrating.
Well the funny thing is, this is a "baby" version. It really shouldn't cause
you any trouble at all.
I have an idea. Google has another free product that is similar. It is
called Picassa. Try that and see if you get the same results.
Thank you for reminding me about Picasa, I have had it downloaded on a CD
ever since it came out. I installed it without any trouble, opened without any trouble and in the bargain we like it better than the Photoshop.So thank you , we will keep Picasa 2 and goodbye to Adobe Photoshop, especially since they won't support it.
Thank's for your help.
One last comment Russ,
The full version of Photoshop Elements 5.0 (bit of an oxymoron there) is
completely different from this product, and it available as a trial version.
You might also consider looking at that. PSE SE is now quite old.