If anybody has any ideas what to do I would really appreciate your help as it appears that many people have this problem. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. You can only upload a photo (png, jpg, jpeg) or a video (3gp, 3gpp, mp4, mov, avi, mpg, mpeg, rm). Covered by US Patent. have a peek at these guys
The preferences file getting our of whack is fairly common, its easy to fix, and if it doesn't solve your problem Go to Solution 1 Participant David Brugge LVL 26 Adobe Any idea how I might fix this? Faq Reply With Quote May 18th, 2004,04:33 PM #7 No Profile Picture powerenduser View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts) Join Date Re: Memory Could Not Be Allocated For the Activation of PhotoShop Lee71 May 7, 2009 4:58 AM (in response to John Joslin) hey john, thanks for resuscitating the topic.
Good luck, David B. 0 Featured Post How your wiki can always stay up-to-date Promoted by Quip, Inc Quip doubles as a “living” wiki and a project management tool that evolves Responses 1 | 2 Next Last Steven Clark , Nov 24, 2005; 03:57 p.m. Corrie, click on start, look for "Disc Cleanup," click on that...it'll give you choices of drive to clean up...be sure Temporary Internet File and Recycle Bin are both checked, then click 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 am pretty sure it was installed correctly so I don't think it has anything to do with that. Re: Memory Could Not Be Allocated For the Activation of PhotoShop TomBrooklyn Oct 3, 2008 7:33 AM (in response to TomBrooklyn) 1. Advertisement Recent Posts Mixing colors and PC shuting down Johnny-be-Good replied Dec 24, 2016 at 8:48 AM Video playback problems due to... 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 Don't remove the option of Adobe CS from the add/remove programs manager, if you do this error comes up.
I am using Photoshop CS6 and I will be adjusting the… Adobe Creative Suite CS Website Design Matters and Here's Why Article by: Oscar Read about why website design really matters Photoshop also uses the Windows virtual memory in addition to its own scratch disk. If so, I can't open PS. The 'Image Ready' program works fine but the actual Photoshop doesn't.
Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/421034 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Move some stuff from your C drive if you have more drives. Please type your message and try again. I may need more ram, but i dont understand why it wouldnt work now, when it a couple days ago.
If you have more than one, go into Edit > Preferences > Performance and set the primary scratch drive to the one without the paging file.Once you have OK'd that message http://gsbook.org/memory-could/memory-could-not-be-allocated-for-the-activation-process-photoshop.php Trending Now Kristen Bell James Rodriguez Nia Jax England Street Subaru Outback Kia Sorento Will Smith Nicole Kidman Tablet Laptops Robin Thicke Answers Best Answer: "My dad has changed the virtual linskyjack, Dec 1, 2005 #5 slipe Joined: Jun 27, 2000 Messages: 6,832 We arent getting much feedback. Register Lost Password?
Join our site today to ask your question. Help With photoshop Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by soccertroy5, Nov 29, 2005. 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-activation-process.php also after crash wont runkumaran.vTue Jul 20, 2010 Memory could not be allocated for the activation process,please close all applications and try again Related ContentHow To Make Animation Gif In Photoshop
Expand» Details Details Existing questions More Tell us some more Upload in Progress Upload failed. any suggestions? 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
Re: memory could not be located for the activation process © 2016 Adobe Systems Incorporated. The preferences file getting our of whack is fairly common, its easy to fix, and if it doesn't solve your problem you're not any worse off, other than having to reset Click to expand... I have no clue what to do..i know my hubby will be able to figure it out eventually, but he wont be home for quite a while and I really have
Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! If your C drive doesnt have much space Photoshop might think it doesnt have enough virtual memory available to work. With a Gig of RAM you shouldnt be having a problem if the computer is recognizing the RAM and there isnt spyware or a virus gobbling it all. http://gsbook.org/memory-could/memory-could-not-be-allocated-for-the-activation-process.php Select the Processes tab and View>Select Columns.
soccertroy5, Nov 29, 2005 #1 Sponsor slipe Joined: Jun 27, 2000 Messages: 6,832 Right click on My Computer and select Properties. PhotoshopCS still refuses to start! Memory Could Not Be Allocated For the Activation of PhotoShop TomBrooklyn Sep 22, 2008 8:54 AM CS2 Intel P4 3.0GhzHT, 3-4GB Ram WinXP Photoshop won't open for me. PLEASE!?
Advertisement soccertroy5 Thread Starter Joined: Nov 29, 2005 Messages: 12 i recently picked a copy of adobe photoshop cs. If PC, empty Recycle Bin and also do Disc Cleanup on C drive. Whenever I boot it, as soon as it opens to the screen with a grey background and tools a message comes up saying 'memory could not be allocated for the activation In terms of symptoms, PS opens up and once open the prompt comes up.
You'll probably have to do this routine frequently until you sort things out and/or get more ram memory. Dave Faq Reply With Quote July 1st, 2004,01:12 PM #9 No Profile Picture horrgakx View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Registered User Devshed Newbie (0 - 499 posts)