Infoseite // Photoshop CS 2 and Premiere Pro are not compatible

Frage von jorainbo:


I've long been Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5 and it ran / synonymous works just fine. In addition, I had to run Photoshop CS. Both ran without problems. From my company s Photoshop CS 2 because I'm getting now synonymous synonymous of working from home.

So I installed. But it is not running, start it remains stuck at the point when the Preferences are loaded.

I've tried everything to remove the PS preferences to uninstallation, re-installation, installation under the Aministrator account (though my user has Admin_Rechte synonymous, but we all try to) everything.

Eventually I got Premiere Pro 1.5 installed, and then mal de lo and behold, Photoshop CS 2 works just fine.
After the new installation of Photoshop, Premiere Pro 1.5 is now back hanging.

Surely it should not really be that two products of Adobe interfere with each other.

Does either of an idea what's wrong? Or. how can I fix it so that both run again?

Thanks and greetings


Antwort von WolfgangScherber:

Both run flawlessly for me


Antwort von david2:

... I had (luckily synonymous), not as a problem. But other Curious masse. As will probably (unfortunately a win?) - New installation to be true? There is some synonymous button (Ctrl??) You can press when you start to clean the cache (?) To.


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