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hi guys!!

i need some help! i was using my photoshop on my mac OSX but since it had some problems i wanted to pass it over to my new computer mac.. i copied all the files to my external hardisk to transfer them .. but on the other computer ,when i start the application photoshop.. it says : FATAL ERROR-Missing component /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Adobe Version Cue CS3/Client/3.0.0/VersionCue.framework
i tried putting that folder in my new computer but it tells me to run photoshop installer and re-install it.. what should i do??
thanks soo much for your time!!!

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I ran into that problem, and I tracked down and dragged over every Photoshop file and Adobe file I could find, even searching for invisibles. Nothing worked. Maybe I keep missing something, but I had to reinstall from the disk each time.

I run Photoshop 7, not only because I'm too cheap to upgrade but because the same version runs in OS 9. Copying the files doesn't work in that case, either. It appears to have very tight anti-pirating routines built in.
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yeah.. the last time my computer broke down.. i had to re-install it.. cause it gave me the same photoshop error.. and after it worked perfectly..
i'll try what you adviced me!!
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Pretty hard to transfer files to copy software, especially Photoshop or any of the latest CS versions. You can, however, "clone" your whole HD and I've heard it will work.
When you first buy a computer, there's an option to copy a complete HD from another onto it (clone), which I did and successfully copies all of the Adobe products. I've also transfered software using Migration Assistant but haven't used it much.

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i tried putting that folder in my new computer but it tells me to run photoshop installer and re-install it.. what should i do??
Erm, how about reinstalling it?

But I suspect you don't have an original CD. Am I right?
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i finally think i'm gonna re-install it.. maybe that's gonna be the easiest and safest way it will work well!! thanks irrry 4 ya advice!!

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Erm, how about reinstalling it?

But I suspect you don't have an original CD. Am I right?
no it's because i'm not at home and wanted to use photoshop.. so i'll have to wait to return home and re-install it.. grazie for your time!!
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