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Photoshop CS4 on 10.6.2
Hello, I finally ahve made my 10.6.2 COMPLETELY running, I installed Adobe Photoshop CS4 and on every save it crashes the program.
The bug is a 10.6 specific bug that happens to many other applications, but with the arrival of 10.6.2 the bug should be fixed, IT ISN'T. SL 10.6.2 Combo Patch is applied and I still get the same error, I tried to install a security update but it wouldn't let me, "no eligible hardware", oh joy...
Does anyone know anything about this, have YOU applied the patch and Photoshop is running as it should, being able to save and so on?
I am running:
Snow Leopard 10.6.2 + test7 kernel on:
Audio Chipset: VT1708B High Definition Audio 8-channel CODEC (dead, no hope)
AMD Athlon x2 Black Edition 7750 2.7GHz AM2+ 3MB Cache
Palit nVidia GTS 250 512MB DDR3 (works with GFX UTIL)
2x2GB GeIL Ultra DDR2 800MHz
Photoshop CS4 on 10.6.2 [UPDATED]
Through lots of trial and error I think I found why the 10.6.2 on Hackintosh's doesn't fix Photoshop's behaviour.
I tested AnV's kernel for Snow Leopard, I replaced the original mach_kernel and then applied the 10.6.2 update again, the update adds like 3.6mb of information to the kernel (AnV's kernel size 15.1MB, AnV modified by 10.6.2 patch kernel size - 18.7MB).
Is it possible to move the changes in one of our custom kernels? that would fix LOTS of problems, or am I talking rubbish?
I attached the original AnV Kernel and the modded one.
AnV's original thread here:
AnV Qoopz based Darwin 10.2.0 kernel 32/64-bit - InfiniteMac OSx86 Community
And those are the two kernels:
4shared.com - online file sharing and storage - download AnV10.2.0Kernel (modded by 10.6.2 update and not modded).zip
Apparently the SL update replaces the kernel with a vanilla one ... my bad :|
Last edited by m3s_4ev3r; 12-31-2009 at 05:01 AM.
Reason: found the reason, just need someone with knowledge
Problem Solved, systematically patched every binary file on my system with Marvin's AMD Utility, and EVERYTHING works, even iTunes.
for those wondering, Download Marvin's AMD Utility, don't get cpuid's from the entire system, use only option 2 and then 3, I scanned Applications and then System, and then patched everything, there were errors. When an error occurs open cpuid.txt for the directory you are patching and find the error (READ THE LOG) and delete everything until that line, including that line, save and then continue patching using option 3.
When you get to System directory, there will be encrypted files, option will also create a replace.sh. I entered in single user mode(I wanted to patch the cpuids from there but it didn't worked) and executed the script witch decrypted and replaced the encrypted binaries with unencrypted ones, restart and to the patching as stated above.
I hope this helps everyone who's in a tight spot!
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