Photoshop CS on Intel

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  1. xellixous

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    I can't run my photoshop on my MBP, it quits as soon as I open it...
    has anyone have the same experience? :( any advice would really be nice...

    xx
     
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    Works well on my MBP.
     
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    maybe you should try reinstalling it
     
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    did you try rebooting? shutdown your mbp and start it up again. maybe nag error yung rosetta. it happened in my cousin's macbook once. we just restarted it and it work.

    PS should work though, we're using it on our intel iMac without any problems.
     
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    that's a weird problem. i nver experienced that. so you have never been able to run it? or this has just happen?
     
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    I was able to use it all the time before, and it seems fine except a bit slow. I tried restarting my computer but still not working... I tried it several times. Well, what it does yesterday, it opens but as soon as I edit pictures on my photoshop, it just quits without warning. Then today, it just bounces on my dock and doesn't open anymore...:(
     
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    Maybe you need to reinstall it. Make sure to delete the Prefs file as well.

    There should be no reason to slow as you have a gig of RAM.
     
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    yup, trashing the pref file should repair it. otherwise, re-install the software.
     
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    Have you done something with your fonts? I encountered the same problem in my friends MBP and I activated some of the system fonts that he accidentally deactivated in Fontbook and it solved his problem.
     
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    hmmm not really, but I am going to re- install everything in my computer... ( it's going pretty slow ) so hopefully my photoshop woll work fine by then... :)

    xx
     
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    xx,

    since you are partitioning your drive (based on your previous post), a fresh install of the software should solve your problem :)

    would be nice though to know if any of the "tips" above will solve your issue, before you re-install :)

    oops, you beat me there!
     
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