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    Have u tried resetting photoshop preference file?

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    nope, but how exactly do i do that?

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    Default Re: Big CS4 problem!

    Quote Originally Posted by ShiNn View Post
    nope, but how exactly do i do that?
    Feed these words into Google: resetting photoshop preference file
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    Default Re: Big CS4 problem!

    -Update your graphic card with latest driver
    -CS4 - Edit - Preferences - Performance - disable OpenGL drawing

    Give it a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dykat2009 View Post
    -Update your graphic card with latest driver
    -CS4 - Edit - Preferences - Performance - disable OpenGL drawing

    Give it a try.
    hey! thanks a million man!!! it works! =D u saved my cs4!!

    thanks dude!

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    never heard of this problem before
    may i know wat OpenGL is?
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    Default Re: Big CS4 problem!

    In XP, upon install CS4 checks if your graphic card support this, if not it disable the function. your picture file opens fine.

    In Vista, it seems CS4 does not check it and remains enable(default), then when you open the picture, the file opens but with some distortion on top of it. Just need to disable this function.

    My guess is get a super graphic card with latest driver/hardware will support this function.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jekyll69 View Post
    never heard of this problem before
    may i know wat OpenGL is?
    OpenGL is a API for graphics cards. Used by programmers to design 3D graphics and animations.

    It is similar to DirectX. Graphics cards need to support opengl in order to read and display images/animations using opengl.

    To know more pls read http://www.opengl.org/.

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