Adobe CS3 crashing

Posted on 2009-04-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Hello ...

When using Adobe CS3, I repeatedly receive a dialog box from Windows Explorer stating that Windows has encountered a problem and will close.  The three options within the box are "Send", "Debug", and "Don't Send".  This annoying dialog box pops up almost as soon as I choose something within the menu options of Adobe.  How can I stop this box from appearing?  Any suggestion will help.  Do I have to reload Adobe CS3?  It was a clean install approximately two weeks ago on a Windows XP Pro workstation  .....

Many thanks,
Question by:carolee
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    THANK YOU!!  The link sent me to the exact Adobe page I needed to resolve this irritating issue!!!  Many, many thanks!!!!


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