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Anybody know what to do? Adobe Illustrator CS3 problems.

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Nov 26, 2009

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Does anyone know any other way to get Adobe Illustrator CS3 to launch. When I try to open it, it just freezes at the start of the scrolling of names in the Launch Box. Usually it would be a damaged font or something like that but I have no clue at this point. I tried the usual stuff like trashing the Adobe Illustrator prefs file, reloading the software package, stuff like that. I'm baffled. What I had to do is create another user on the same computer. That solved the problem with opening up Illustrator but I have to toggle back and forth from the "original" computer so to speak to the created "new" user. Why would the same Illustrator program be recognized on a "faked out" new user and not on the "original state" computer? The "original" computer has all of my main stuff & updates and all that. The "new" user computer only believes it's a non updated computer at this point. Like I had to fake the computer out to open Illustrator. Any thoughts? I can get around some tech issues but I know there is someone on here that knows way more than me. Hope I didn't sound too confusing. Thanks!

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Anybody know what to do? Adobe Illustrator CS3 problems.

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Does anyone know any other way to get Adobe Illustrator CS3 to launch. When I try to open it, it just freezes at the start of the scrolling of names in the Launch Box. Usually it would be a damaged font or something like that but I have no clue at this point. I tried the usual stuff like trashing the Adobe Illustrator prefs file, reloading the software package, stuff like that. I'm baffled. What I had to do is create another user on the same computer. That solved the problem with opening up Illustrator but I have to toggle back and forth from the "original" computer so to speak to the created "new" user. Why would the same Illustrator program be recognized on a "faked out" new user and not on the "original state" computer? The "original" computer has all of my main stuff & updates and all that. The "new" user computer only believes it's a non updated computer at this point. Like I had to fake the computer out to open Illustrator. Any thoughts? I can get around some tech issues but I know there is someone on here that knows way more than me. Hope I didn't sound too confusing. Thanks!

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