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susi

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Hi guys,
i downloaded the Files, installed them, closed the open processes and moved the crack folder in the adobe folder.
Everytime i wanna start PSD, there is this Problem:
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What should i do ?
 
Looks to me like your anti-virus may have deleted one or more of the crack files before you moved them. But don't move the folder move the files into the installation folder.
 
Whenever we use patch crack keygen it is usually a good idea to exclude the folder from virus scans.

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Repeat the process as needed and make sure your download folder is excluded otherwise all the downloads will be striped of Patch Crack Keygen files from the virus scans. I have Entire drive(s) excluded so the files do not get messed with.

Basically, we use the Folder option to exclude actual drive(s) or Folder from this option.
 
Sorry to Hijack this thread, but im having an issue with PS23 aswell. I downloaded it, installed, copied the crack files etc, and it was working fine. And then a few days later it stops working, and takes me to a payment procedure through Adobe? Could it be because im using Lightroom through adobe cloud desktop and its trying to update the downloaded version of Photoshop?

If so how can I stop it from doing this?
 
Absolutely. Adobe products have a long reputation of checking the legitimacy of all their products installed on a system. No way to permanently beat that other than keep the system that is running the crack isolated from the Internet. As I said it's a cat and mouse. It seems Adobe keeps up on the current cracks and makes adjustments for them. I never bothered with them and found other solutions, maybe not so many features but enough for me. It's not worth the headache Adobe products give you.
 
Absolutely. Adobe products have a long reputation of checking the legitimacy of all their products installed on a system. No way to permanently beat that other than keep the system that is running the crack isolated from the Internet. As I said it's a cat and mouse. It seems Adobe keeps up on the current cracks and makes adjustments for them. I never bothered with them and found other solutions, maybe not so many features but enough for me. It's not worth the headache Adobe products give you.
True like

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First, it depends on what kind of Photoshop you download. Second, it must NEVER go on the internet.
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Hi guys. I have a question for Thumper. I've downloaded a collection of illustrator, acrobat, lightroom and they all worked perfectly. Then I got really gutsy and uninstalled a perfectly good 2020 version of photoshop and tried to install "Photoshop 2023 24.2.0.315 (x64) + crack from the windows forum. I now get this pop-up

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I think the other programs blocked connecting with the Adobe servers. Any suggestions?
 
Ok now I have an even bigger problem. Illustrator, Acrobat, Lightroom were all working great and now Illutsrator says I have only two days left with the pop-up. I tried unistalling everything again. Ran some adobe program to remove things. The reinstalled illustrator and crack and still says 2 days left. The I also tried running one of the other programs that search and patch and eliminate pop-ups but in searching it said nothing to patch. I really need to get illustrator working again.

Anyone have any suggestions?
 
If Adobe went online it downloaded the "anti crack" file and contaminated the OS forever. Regardless of whether you reinstall the "anti-crack" software remains until the system is reinstalled.

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Hi All! I know this thread is a couple months old, but I would like some assistance!

First off, I am seeing multiple instances(?) of "photoshop" in my task manager when running, although there really only is one instance running.

I am worried that this is going to cause performance issues and would like some clarification if this is normal, and if it is not, make it so only one is coming up again.

I have attached a screenshot of my task manager for visual.

I did have an older Photoshop related issue on my previous windows system where a Microsoft Edge Web Service (or something like that) would perpetually show up under the drop down list underneath photoshop in Task Manager. It would cause crashing issues out the yin-yang, so I was able to, very carefully, go into the Photoshop files, find the files causing that service to pop up, and eliminate them, which seemed to do the job. But this time, there are no such files to begin with, just 7 "Adobe Photoshop 2023" listing and the file I have open (--c1401f0101_fac_b_d.psd) is a texture file for a videogame object I am editing, so that's the only one, that in my opinion should be showing.

I have installed the -current- version of Photoshop (The most up to date version from The Windows Forum) on a brand new system; a complete reinstall of windows after a pretty severe hacking situation I went through a couple of weeks ago(not related to piracy or The Windows Forum but because of a lack of judgement on a illegitimate site that I foolhardily used).

Photoshop seems to be working well enough currently, but I also want to block it entirely from the internet so I don't have the dreaded Adobe ping. I have forgotten how to add Adobe to my blocked connections list to ensure that Photoshop CAN NOT connect to the internet/Adobe CANNOT PING my system. I think its something to do with adding a URL(s) to an exclusion list of some kind, but it has been so long since I have done so and I really don't want to mess it up.
 

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So what? You need to use firewall is a MUST. Nothing cracked can go on the internet. That's the rule.
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Amen Talaba. First rule of being a pirate. Don't ever forget it. Sometimes all it takes is one quick call home and not only will the crack no longer work, many times the registry is altered and a simple uninstall even with Revo or similar will no longer be successful. So always follow the rule Talaba shared. ALWAYS.
Second rule is Windows Defender is not your friend. Microsoft has designed Defender's primary duty is an anti-piracy tool, seconary is an antivirus. Install another antivirus which is more interested in being a security tool and not an anti-piracy tool and disable everything you possibly can after you install the new A/V. Vestiges of Defender can hang on.
 
Amen Talaba. First rule of being a pirate. Don't ever forget it. Sometimes all it takes is one quick call home and not only will the crack no longer work, many times the registry is altered and a simple uninstall even with Revo or similar will no longer be successful. So always follow the rule Talaba shared. ALWAYS.
Second rule is Windows Defender is not your friend. Microsoft has designed Defender's primary duty is an anti-piracy tool, seconary is an antivirus. Install another antivirus which is more interested in being a security tool and not an anti-piracy tool and disable everything you possibly can after you install the new A/V. Vestiges of Defender can hang on.
Okay, can you please post here or a new thread, for those of us who are beginner's on exactly how to set up Firewall, Windows Defender, and a good A?V program?
Thank you!
 
First you have to have a firewall. FreeFirewall is the best for you as above in the posts. You just install it and it will ask you for permission for everything it wants to go to the Internet. Node.js and something similar that Adobe requires, you can allow Allow All, while for everything else, choose Deny All. Only those two options work. That's how you configure it. You can also use Comodo, but it is more bulky and has an antivirus program, it is no longer just a firewall, so I don't use it anymore. I only use a firewall and no antivirus protection. In the picture above you have the Adobe Crash Processor, choose Deny All for example. NOTHING must pass. This also applies to everything else, not just Adobe.
 
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