Not enough privileges

jomaan

Super Bull
Passed days I tried to start Photoshop 6 with mac OS X 10.0.4, with no results, when classic starts appears a message telling taht I don't have enough privileges!!! Why? I'm the admin!! How I can get enough privileges to start Photoshop???

thx
 

Trip

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First try starting it up with Multi Users turned off. If that doesn't work then:
when the dialog that says you don't have enough privileges pops up look for a small question mark button on the dialog, click it, enter your admin password, and there ya go.
If both of those ways don't work try re-installing Photoshop.
That's all I know. Sorry.
 

jomaan

Super Bull
Originally posted by Trip
First try starting it up with Multi Users turned off. If that doesn't work then:
when the dialog that says you don't have enough privileges pops up look for a small question mark button on the dialog, click it, enter your admin password, and there ya go.
If both of those ways don't work try re-installing Photoshop.
That's all I know. Sorry.
This "small question mark button on the dialog" often appears in MacOs X windows, but this message saying that I don't have enough privileges appears in Mac Os 9.1 window(Classic enviroment).

How can I start in single user mode??

thx
 

Trip

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Go into your 'System Preferences'
Look for the 'Users' button, click it.
Set up whatever you need.
Sorry I couldn't help much, I'm not too smart when it comes to OS X.
 
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