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    PS CS2 & Bridge crashing constantly

    That's pretty much what I thought, and was hoping to hear; others are waiting anxiously for CS3 as well. I do have Version Cue installed, though I don't need it or use it; so will try to uninstall it. I have 1.5 Gb ram installed, though I can't tell if it's having a positive impact on perfomance. Thanks for the reply.
  2. Hi all, my first post, and a recent new listener to the podcast, I love it. I work on a dual 2.5 G5, and also more lately on my Macbook Pro Intel Core Duo, both on 10.4.9. Specifically on the MacBook Pro, Photoshop CS2 crashes...all....the...time.... Same for Bridge. Performance overall is quite sluggish - I am actually not impressed with this laptop at all. But for CS2, it really drags things down, maybe that's why? The performance of this machine is on par with a Fujitsu laptop my gf has had for 7 years - ancient and s-l-o-w. I am not a real technophile, but have read something about CS2 not working natively with OS10.4.x. While that may be the reason, is there reassurance of any kind that it's not my machine or something, that there is a genuine problem with CS2 and the Intel Core Duos? This probably means I will have to upgrade to CS3 when it comes out. I have nothing special installed, the MacBook Pro is basically right out of the box. I know a computer cannot diagnosed though a forum, but honestly it's less than a year old with only a few basic apps installed. A call to Apple and they stated the warranty only applies to parts, not to performance (paraphrase). I guess I'm hoping for a "don't worry, it's Photoshop, and CS3 works fine." Any thoughts? Thx.
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