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Disk Error When Printing or Changing Color Settings in Photoshop 5.x WhenLogged Into Windows NT as a UserIssueWhen you choose the Print, CMYK Setup, Profile Setup, or Profile to Profilecommand in Adobe Photoshop 5.x in Windows NT 4.0, Photoshop returns theerror, "Could not complete the [command name] command because of a diskerror."DetailYou are logged into Windows NT as a user without administrator access. SolutionsDo one or more of the following:Solution 1If you use Photoshop 5.0, update to Photoshop 5.0.2. The Photoshop 5.0.2Update is available to registered users fromwww.adobe.com/support/downloads/main.html. You can also purchase thePhotoshop 5.0.2 update on CD-ROM from Adobe Customer Services(800-492-3623).Solution 2Log into Windows NT as an administrator and then edit the Windows registryto grant all users full access to the Kodak key:Disclaimer: The Windows registry contains information critical to yourcomputer and applications. Adobe does not provide support for problems thatarise from improperly modifying the registry and recommends you haveexperience editing system files before you attempt to edit the registry.Make sure to back up registry keys before modifying them (for instructions,see Additional Information). For more information on the Windows RegistryEditor, refer to your Windows User Guide or contact Microsoft TechnicalSupport.1. Exit from Photoshop.2. Log into Windows NT as an administrator.3. Choose Start > Run.4. Type "regedt32" in the Open text box, then click OK.5. Select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.6. Double-click Software.7. Select Kodak.8. Choose Security > Permissions from the menu bar. Note: If Windows NT returns the message, "You only have permissionto view the current security information on Kodak," you do not haveadministrator access and will not be able to perform the remaining steps.For assistance, contact your system administrator.9. Select Replace Permissions on Existing Subkeys.10. Select Everyone from the Name list.11. Choose Full Control from the Type of Access pop-up menu.12. Click OK.13. Click Yes when prompted, "Do you want to replace the permission onall existing subkeys within Kodak?"14. Choose Registry > Exit.Solution 3Log into Windows NT with administrator access, then delete and re-create theKodak key of the registry to grant all users full access to it:Disclaimer The Windows registry contains information critical to yourcomputer and applications. Adobe does not provide support for problems thatarise from improperly modifying the registry and recommends you haveexperience editing system files before you attempt to edit the registry.Make sure to back up registry keys before modifying them (for instructions,see Additional Information). For more information on the Windows RegistryEditor, refer to your Windows User Guide or contact Microsoft TechnicalSupport.1. Complete steps 1-7 from solution A.2. Choose Edit > Delete.3. Click Yes when prompted, "Registry Editor will delete the currentlyselected key and all its subkeys. Do you want to continue the operation?"4. Choose Registry > Exit.5. Start and then exit from Photoshop.6. Choose Start > Run.7. Type "regedt32" in the Open text box, then click OK.8. Select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE.9. Double-click Software.10. Select Kodak.11. Choose Security > Permissions from the menu bar. Note: If Windows NT returns the message, "You only have permissionto view the current security information on Kodak," you do not haveadministrator access and will not be able to perform the remaining steps.For assistance, contact your system administrator.12. Select Replace Permissions on Existing Subkeys.13. Select Everyone from the Name list.14. Choose Full Control from the Type of Access pop-up menu.15. Click OK.16. Click Yes when prompted, "Do you want to replace the permission onall existing subkeys within Kodak?"17. Choose Registry > Exit.Additional InformationCertain Photoshop commands (i.e., Print, CMYK Setup, Profile Setup, andProfile to Profile) require access to the Kodak key of the registry. If youchoose one of these commands, but don't have access to the Kodak key,Photoshop will return a disk error. In Windows NT 4.0, you can access theKodak key only if you are logged in with administrator access or if you editthe registry to grant all users full access to the Kodak key. InstallingPhotoshop 5.0.2 (either the updated or full retail version) or later givesyou access to the Kodak key. If the Kodak key contains incorrectinformation, the problem may continue until you edit or re-create the Kodakkey. Although both Regedit and Regedt32 are available to Windows NT 4.0, Regedt32is required when modifying certain aspects of the registry such as securitypermissions. Creating a back up of registry keys lets you revert to the backup copy incase the key becomes damaged from improper editing.To make a backup copy of a registry key in Regedt32:1. Choose Start > Run.2. Type "regedt32" in the Open text box, then click OK.3. Select the key you want to save.4. Choose Registry > Save Key.5. Specify a location in the Save In pop-up menu. (Specify a locationthat's easily accessible, such as the root of the hard drive.)6. Specify a name in the File Name text box.7. Select All Files in the Save As Type pop-up menu.8. Click Save.

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