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  • Illustrator CS crash

    Hello everybody, I am glad to join the community here and hopefully I will find answers to my questions [img]/emoticons/cheers.gif[/img]

    I've installed the Adobe Illustrator CS recently, on my Windows XP machine and having issues with it, since it crashes whenever I draw couple of things.
    If you don't know what I am talking about, Illustrator starts to blink and end up with white screen and can't do anything, i.e. press on any navigation button or use any tool.
    I am quite concerned as I had Illustrator 10 before and *never* had any problems with it.

    So, maybe someone out there would know how to fix my problem and give me some tips to do so.

    Thanks in advance, appreciate your help [img]/emoticons/cheers.gif[/img]

  • #2
    www.adobeforums.com/cgi-bin/webx?14@30.c5t7dmbakoh.3@.2cd0ce0e/0
    log in as guest if it asks.
    This is a user to user forum. Adobe doesn't read your hard drive.

    Seems the main gyst of this adobe thread is, are you using a system other than English?
    Check it out.

    PrintDriver is a grande format digital print dude (bigger than a proofer, LOL). His advice/opinions may not apply to the 4color/offset/web world of printing

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    • #3
      Thanks PrintDriver. I think the issue is fixed thanks to you.
      I am currently using a non-english system, so I had the settings set up to use Russian in programs not supporting Unicode.
      It's strange though, I can't see how Adobe could overlook this, I never had problems with earlier versions, I guess now I will have to change system settings every time I need them
      Thanks once again for a quick reply [img]/emoticons/cheers.gif[/img]

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