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HELP!!!!!!!!! MY OLD ADOBE PHOTOSHOP 7 CRASHES AND KEEPS CRASHING

HELP!!!!!!!!! MY OLD ADOBE PHOTOSHOP 7 CRASHES AND KEEPS CRASHING

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Hi Guys: Don't laugh but i have been using Adobe Photoshop 7 for a long, long time. Just recently i went to open a jpeg while still having the camera attached to the usb and the program opened and then crashed on my desktop. I disconnected the usb cable after downloading the pics but the program still crashes before it opens. I uninstalled it and re-installed it several times and still this happens. Mind you it works perfectly on my laptop. Any suggestions would be most appreciated. Thanks! Steve

RE: HELP!!!!!!!!! MY OLD ADOBE PHOTOSHOP 7 CRASHES AND KEEPS CRASHING

And this is an ASP problem because??????

Chris.

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