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Old 09-14-2008, 11:41 AM
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CS3 Bridge

I seem not to be able to open more than one file in Bridge. I can select multiple file, which then show in the example window. But thye moment I try to open them in Photoshop or in Camera Raw, my computer quits. It just freezes up and I have to shut down manually by pressing the start button. What could be the problem? I have 2 GB Ram, that should be enough, I guess.
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Old 09-14-2008, 12:11 PM
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Re: CS3 Bridge

I have 1gb of memory, and don't have the problem, so it should be enough.
It is possible that you have your scratch disks set to a partition where there isn't enough room to work. (Such as the system drive) Try going to preferences and set your scratch disk to a different disk, if you have one. Also look at your memory usage settings. Photoshop will display an Ideal range. Make sure you are set in that range. Too high, or too low can both cause a problem.
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Old 09-14-2008, 06:51 PM
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Re: CS3 Bridge

Try this. Open Bridge. Go the the Edit Menu and select Preferences. When the Preferences window opens select Cache. Click on the button called Purge Cache. See if that resolves your problem.
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Old 09-16-2008, 03:49 AM
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Re: CS3 Bridge

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I have 1gb of memory, and don't have the problem, so it should be enough.
It is possible that you have your scratch disks set to a partition where there isn't enough room to work. (Such as the system drive) Try going to preferences and set your scratch disk to a different disk, if you have one. Also look at your memory usage settings. Photoshop will display an Ideal range. Make sure you are set in that range. Too high, or too low can both cause a problem.
Thank you, this indeed took care of the problem.
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