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Photoshop CS5 Application error

Photoshop CS5 Application error

Photoshop CS5 Application error

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Hi

We have Widows 2003 /XP as client OS with GPO in place. I have installed photoshop CS5
on all client PCs. When i login as a admin and run the photoshop program it works well.But at the same time if  a user with GPO and open the CS5

A  dialog box pops up which says
 
Adobe Photoshop CS5 photoshop Application error.
The instruction at 0x0c6b183a referenced memory at 0x00000000.The memory could not be read.Click ok to terminate the program.Click on cancel to debug the program.

we have almost 400 users and for all users we have created one single roaming profile  which is located on one of the  shared drives on our network and is called studentprofile

For all the 400 users Under-
User Properties-
  Profile -
    User profile-
        Profile Path--
The  user profile path points to \\meredian\profiles\studentprofile

Now when i remove the profile path for a test user   \\meredian\profiles\studentprofile ,
completely blank
and run the photoshopCS5 the program opens without any error.But if i point back to the studentprofile under the  Profile Path and run the photoshop program again it fails and i get the same error.
So it something to do with the profile. I gave full permissions  on the studentprofile for the test user but still dosent work.

Any ides appreciated.
Thanks  

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