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    Adobe Photoshop crashes after complete download in iMac G5

    Recently while downloading Adobe Photoshop on my iMac G5, the application got crashed couple of times. I tried to reinstall the application but it didnít. Even by removing the cleaning the memory clutter, it didnít get downloaded. How can this problem be fixed?

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    arunwillbe1 Array
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    Re: Adobe Photoshop crashes after complete download in iMac G5

    Hi friend,

    Crashing is common issue for every imac user.This crash occurs due to if you not follow the simple tips regularly in your imac.Some of the reasons for adobe photoshop crash issue are

    ---> Due to presence of virus files in your imac system.
    ---> Due to cache memory full the adobe photoshop is crashed.
    ---> Due to system firmware is not updated since a long time.
    ---> Due more task done at a time because of this crash happen.

    +++ Remedies to resolve the crash issue in your mac system :


    1. Again download the adobe photoshop app by deleting old one.

    3. Clear the cache memory before downloading.

    3. Check the virus files and delete them from imac system.

    4. Update the imac firmware to latest updates.

    5. Once restart the system if crash happens to resolve temporarily.

    Thank you.......................

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