hey if you get a response could you let me in on the secret!? thanks
regular users aren’t able to use cs (or 7) they need some special handling:
Ian Lyons "Required permissions for Photoshop (7.0.x and CS on Windows)" 6/5/04 1:31pm </cgi-bin/webx?13/0>
I agree with you Dave, but i try something different now. I put the user in Administrator group as a member, then uninstall and install Photoshop again and the same problem occure again. I just don’t know what shall i do. Should i format my C drive an install all again?
I’d try to create a new id (or delete then recreate the old one) and give it all the necessary permissions. Probably no need to reformat, as it’s not affecting all users.
My Photoshop finally works. I delete folder Document and Settings/User/Application Data/Adobe/Photoshop, and uninstall and install PS again. Now all work properly, but I’m still in Admin group. So, the next thing I’ll try is to put the User out from the group and then try to start PS.
I’ll inform you about the result of this maneuver.
the next thing I’ll try is to put the User out from the group and then try to start PS.
MAKE SURE TO GIVE THE ID PROPER PERMISSIONS AS OUTLINED IN THE FAQ! and you should have no problem! 🙂
What are the proper permissions and where do I find the FAQ’s? I need help here. Can’t get CS to run at all on my machine. Same dreaded message. I’m running XP Pro w/ 1GB RAM, 2.8GHz P4.
Help me if you can,
The link is in thread number 2, above.
nobody reads post #1 #2! 🙂
Is this what I need to solve my problem not being able to launch CS?
I don’t know david. you jumped into a possibly unrelated thread without giving us much info.
maybe it is, or maybe not. why don’t you start a thread with all your system specs listed and we’ll take it from there…