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That's a pretty broad question. Anyone of a number of things could be wrong.
When you loaded the software, did you do it with an Antivirus software
running at the same time? This can affect the install.
Try uninstalling, disabling the AV software and then reinstalling. It could
also just be the symptom of something else that is GOING to go wrong.
You could also try repairing the installation.
Thanks for the answers. It appears the problem was caused by not registering the product. Strange as I had only used it a few times and there was no warning window. Had to do a system restore and then a reload.
Immediately after downloading 3.2 I could not attach any camera thru my USB ports to my Windows XP. Photoshop will not find any of my 5 cameras 99.99% of the time. I did get one to show in the window within PS but the program says device is not communicating or is busy. Yes, I did have my virus software running. So if I delete Photoshop 3.2 to prepare for reinstallation, will that cause me to lose any of my photos, or do they stay resident in files on the HD and reload automatically into photoshop when I reinstall? Gary Fisher
No... you will NOT lose your images. You can think of PSA as an organized
checklist. It doesn't actually HOLD the images per sé.