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Please email me at : adleo@yahoo.com

I m using Photoshop ver 4.0 on Pentium II 350 Mhz on
SE-440BX Motherboard. The Platform is Windows NT Workstation
when I open layers to work on and do copy or something like
that like seleting tools and implementing the commands My
Photoshop always crashes due to Dr.Watson.

Please help me out I will be gratful.

Thanks.

Adnan.
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by:tcalesa
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What service pack do you have running?
Have you tried reinstalling the software?
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by:Adnan060298
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Please help me out.......notify me on this email :  adleo@yahoo.com
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by:tcalesa
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Sorry, but I prefer not to use mail send back and forth. is there a problem with leaving posts? it will help other experts who wish to help as well, if they can see the previous comments.
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by:Adnan060298
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Firstly I installed NTWkst and then installed Photoshop 4.0 after that I installed Service Pack 3 but I uninstalled photshop then install again photoshop.....

That's all.......

I have noted down your suggestion......Can this solution is perfect? as u have suggested.
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by:netmage
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Adobe also post service updates for thier software.
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by:jboddy
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What is the error it gives in the event viewer??
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air3rlr earned 50 total points
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Have you configured Photoshop at all ? at the bottom of the file menu you need to configure the scratch disk, usually c then d.Also you need a big swapfile if you are running NT4.
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