Fatal error when running Photoshop CS2 trial

  chrismuir 20:02 10 May 2005


Have downloaded and installed the trial version of Photoshop CS. When I run it I get a fatal error and the PC reboots, the error message didn't stay on the screen long enough to read so I tried again and photographed it.

The error message says that:


And advises to check if any new hardware / software is properly installed. As far as I can tell everything is ok, is there a way to find out what is causing the problem?


The technical info:
STOP:0x000000D1 (0x0000002A,0x00000006,0x00000000,0xF75C9AFB)
si3112r.sys - address F75C9AFB base at F75C2000, Datestamp 3ed7e3b9

  chrismuir 10:29 13 May 2005

It seems that the problem I am having is to do with my SATA driver, but I don't know how to fix it...

My mobo is a Gigabyte GA7-DX400 Pro with a Maxtor SATA HDD. I downloaded the latest SATA drivers from the Gigabyte website but they didn't appear to be any more up to date than the one already on my PC. Is there a way to force the system to install the downloaded drivers, or is there a way of getting a more recent version?


  chrismuir 23:24 13 May 2005

Fixed it by upgrading to drivers and it's all fine and dandy now. Hooray. Why these aren't on the Gigabyte website I'll never know.

  hssutton 00:23 14 May 2005

Well Chris you can now enjoy yourself because CS2 is one super program, but I hope you've got plenty of Ram, otherwise "Bridge" will just crawl along.

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