soccertroy5, Nov 29, 2005 #1 Sponsor slipe Joined: Jun 27, 2000 Messages: 6,832 Right click on My Computer and select Properties. Re: Memory Could Not Be Allocated For the Activation of PhotoShop TomBrooklyn Oct 3, 2008 7:33 AM (in response to TomBrooklyn) 1. Please close all applications and try again Solved Photoshop CS2 Error : Memory could not be allocated for activation process. Im no computer wiz-so im kind of lost. http://gsbook.org/memory-could/memory-could-not-be-allocated-for-the-activation-process.php
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Faq Reply With Quote September 19th, 2004,08:51 AM #10 No Profile Picture spikeybloke View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts) Join Date It doesn't make sense given I've got plenty of space. If windows it sounds like you may be low on disk space for virtual memory, and/or your memory use settings may be too high in Photoshop.John Kelly , Nov 24, 2005;
I tried increasing the virtual memory, but it did not help. and contributors. Corrie, it saves up all the mistakes we make and things we think we deleted. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 2.
You will have a heading choice listed of increasing your paging file size. Did you recently update the Adobe Updater software?Do you have a genuine version of PS CS, or did you acquire a hacked version that "doesn't require activation"? I also assume you have uninstalled and reinstalled Photoshop. https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/22955755/Photoshop-CS2-Error-Memory-could-not-be-allocated-for-activation-process-Please-close-all-applications-and-try-again.html I don't particularly want to take this course of action if there is an alternative.
If none of that works and you have another drive with a lot of space you might consider uninstalling Photoshop and installing it on the larger drive. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. The object of the separate drives (if you have them) is to avoid conflict between Scratch and Page file.Do you still have your original problem? I 12/24/2016 12/24/2016 Robert M.
I'd say more, but I'm at the limit of my own skills. 1 | 2 Next Last Back to top Notify me of Responses by Yongbo Jiang by Steven Ask JC Dill Your Own Question JC Dill, Consultant Category: Computer Satisfied Customers: 875 Experience: Computer user since '79 - Worked for ISPs, ASPs and dot.coms. PhotoshopCS still refuses to start! I sorted it last time but I'm bugg3red if I can remember what I did!!!!
Your cache administrator is webmaster. Please try the request again. The preferences file makes all the things on the user interface play nice together. http://gsbook.org/memory-could/memory-could-not-be-allocated-for-the-activation-process-adobe.php Ctrl+Alt+Del.
I've deleted all temp files and history etc., fixed the registry, and run a chkdsk (scandisk) and defragmented all drives. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Web Development Internet Marketing Responsive Web Mobile Adobe Creative Suite CS Color Correction in Photoshop - Curves and Color Channels Video by: Sarah In this tutorial viewers will learn how to
As photoshop requests more Virtual Memory, windows may be trying to increase the size of the pagefile, and if you're low on space they won't be able to. Re: Memory Could Not Be Allocated For the Activation of PhotoShop Lee71 May 8, 2009 6:17 PM (in response to John Joslin) Hi John,To clarify what i wrote previously was "i If so, I can't open PS. Covered by US Patent.
Under the General tab make sure the computer is seeing all of your RAM. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 6. Incoming Links Re: memory could not be located for the activation process . http://gsbook.org/memory-could/memory-could-not-be-allocated-for-the-activation-process-photoshop.php How do I reset preferences if I can't get the program to open? 2.
Tweet PS CS Problem-"memory could not be allocated for the acitvation process"...?? sorry, that should read "when it worked fine a couple days ago.."Carl Bretteville , Nov 24, 2005; 04:49 p.m. Click to expand... Re: Memory Could Not Be Allocated For the Activation of PhotoShop John Joslin May 7, 2009 12:02 AM (in response to Lee71) LeeYou have popped in to a thread which died
Adaware is easy to use and the free version works well. Hello Mike and Jill,How long have you had Photoshop CS installed?Have you recently installed any updates for PS CS? If your C drive doesnt have much space Photoshop might think it doesnt have enough virtual memory available to work.