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Originally Posted by nyman5 View Post
Does anyone have any advise?
I don't have any "advise" but I could offer some "advice"!

If you REALLY feel that CS5 is running too slowly on your 2008 iMac...then you really only have one option...and that's buy a newer & faster computer. There are no cpu or video card upgrades for your iMac.

This is what happens when you try to run the most cutting edge software (and very demanding software as well)...on an older computer. I bet CS4 would run fine.

- Nick

p.s. By the way...you probably should have started your own thread...you just responded to about a 2 year-old thread.

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