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ravindra_shah 08-12-2008 08:47 AM

Display Problem mercury 845 M/b,lg 15" Monitor
 
Dear,,,


I Am Founding Problem Of Display My System P4 1.8 Ghz,256 Mb Ram,mercury 845 M/b,lg 15" Monitor.


Problem.
In Photoshop 7.0 Enlarge Picture When System Display Is Showing Bad And Pc Is Not Responding On Display And Its Hanged

And Restart Pc When On Pc But Not Working Properly In Photoshop 7.0



Pl Help Me


Regards,
Ravindra Shah

lurkswithin 08-12-2008 06:04 PM

You need lots more RAM than 256 MB to run Photo Shop properly

System requirements sugest nothing less than 512 MB.
Adobe - Adobe Photoshop CS3: System requirements and languages

Wombat 08-12-2008 06:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lurkswithin (Post 12093)
You need lots more RAM than 256 MB to run Photo Shop properly

System requirements sugest nothing less than 512 MB.
Adobe - Adobe Photoshop CS3: System requirements and languages

I'm running Photoshop 7.0 with 2 gigs of ram, and I can get it it to crawl at times as well.

More ram is needed, that's the answer to your problem ravindra_shah...

ravindra_shah 08-28-2008 09:51 AM

display problem
 
dear all,

with my below problem

another engineer in this field they can solved this problem in this configration
in short on 256 mb ram by some bios setting.

how can done ?



rAVINDRA SHAH



Quote:

Originally Posted by ravindra_shah (Post 12085)
Dear,,,


I Am Founding Problem Of Display My System P4 1.8 Ghz,256 Mb Ram,mercury 845 M/b,lg 15" Monitor.


Problem.
In Photoshop 7.0 Enlarge Picture When System Display Is Showing Bad And Pc Is Not Responding On Display And Its Hanged

And Restart Pc When On Pc But Not Working Properly In Photoshop 7.0



Pl Help Me


Regards,
Ravindra Shah


squirrelnmoose 08-28-2008 11:37 AM

You should be able to get it to run on that system, slowly, but should run.

"Photoshop 7 requires at least a Pentium III-class processor, 128MB of available RAM, a video card capable of 8-bit color (256 total colors), and a monitor capable of displaying a resolution of at least 800x600 pixels. Realistically, consider at least 192MB of RAM (128MB for Photoshop, 64MB for the operating system) and a video card with at least 16MB of on-board video memory."

Create a new user, assuming Windows XP, and tweak the settings to run only background services and software needed to run the OS plus Photoshop.
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Wombat 08-28-2008 04:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Wombat (Post 12094)

More ram is needed, that's the answer to your problem ravindra_shah...

I said it once and I will say it again, get more RAM and it will fix / solve your problem...

Wombat 08-28-2008 04:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by squirrelnmoose (Post 12241)
"Photoshop 7 requires at least a Pentium III-class processor, 128MB of available RAM, a video card capable of 8-bit color (256 total colors), and a monitor capable of displaying a resolution of at least 800x600 pixels. Realistically, consider at least 192MB of RAM (128MB for Photoshop, 64MB for the operating system) and a video card with at least 16MB of on-board video memory."

This is bad advise, Windows XP requires at least 100 megs of ram to work smoothly with no extra programmes running.

Then you want to run a memory intensive graphic application on the remainder, hahahahahahah enjoy... :tongue::tongue::tongue::tongue::tongue::tongue:


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