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#1 lickwidsnake

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Posted 19 August 2009 - 08:15 PM

Hello,


I have a very strange issue with a PC. After downloading some Photoshop Actions, any window behaves strangely. Here are the two behaviors that are occurring:

1. If I change the view to Thumbnail view and scroll to the bottom using a mouse or keyboard, the window will close

2. If I maximize the window while in Thumbnail view, the window will close

Both of these behaviors only occur on the boot drive (C:). This does not occur on any other local drives or network drives and only happens when in thumbnail view only.

Things I have tried:

-Checked mouse settings to see if the scroll wheel was accidentally set to do something else. All settings seem normal
-Did a System Restore to a checkpoint prior to downloading the Photoshop Actions set
-Scanned for viruses and malware using McAfee and MalwareBytes and it checked clean
-All Windows and PS are up to date with patches
-The actions are not a program, just files, so there isn't anything to un-install

My next step is to re-install Photoshop and see what happens. But in the mean while any help would be appreciated. Stumped on this one.

Model: Dell Precision 380
OS: Windows XP PRO SP3 (x32)
Photoshop Version: CS2

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Posted 25 August 2009 - 12:51 PM

Found the answer on someone's blog and I'm posting it in case someone else runs into this problem.

http://techsecure.blogspot.com/2006/02/win...ing-folder.html




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