Display Problems CS5

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by Dave McKeen, Jul 14, 2010.

  1. Dave McKeen

    Dave McKeen Senior Member

    Dec 5, 2009
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    TorrentG, Yes, I installed the latest update for the plugin that's crashing Photoshop. And i do have Open GL turned on in Photoshop CS5. Love that "scrubby zoom"!

    zvit, the plugin is Portraiture by Imagenomic. Cannot be without it!

    I believe my system is hosed. Also Photoshop CS5 may not be optimized for Windows XP. (Duh?) Instead of further troubleshooting I'm going to concentrate on bringing my Windows 7 64-bit on line. This is the system on which I had to reinstall Windows. However I have been working with Photoshop CS5 on it (with the plugin) and it appears to be solid. If I run into problems I'll start a new thread.

    Thanks VERY MUCH for the input!

    - Dave

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