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Adobe and Windows 7 64 bit info?

Adobe and Windows 7 64 bit info?

Adobe and Windows 7 64 bit info?

(OP)
Hi

I have a new computer coming with Windows 7 64 bit.
I have been running all my stuff in Windows 7 32 bit for some time.

I just wondered if there are any issues that I should be aware of before I start installing all my stuff on the new computer in Windows 7 64 bit.

Photoshop CS2
Illustrator CS3
Indesign CS2
Premier Elements 3
Acrobat 9 etc.

Any advice welcome.

Mike

RE: Adobe and Windows 7 64 bit info?

Some people are having issues. Check the Adobe KB Support files for solutions.

Ultimately it's down to user settings on Windows than anything else, Adobe needs certain permissions to copy files to certain folders. If these are locked out then it can't install.

http://www.doozler.blogspot.com/

RE: Adobe and Windows 7 64 bit info?

(OP)
Hi

Just thought I'd come back and say that the only thing I had problems with was Adobe Indesign CS2.

It wouldn't run in Windows 7 64 bit.

I upgraded to Indesign CS4 and everything works fine.

Mike

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