Happens to me every time I close AICS3 and a complicated file is still open. My solution is to close everything to an empty AI then close AI. In my experience, I don't expect any better solution any time soon.
Maybe we should do our own troubleshooting. I'm running a Quadro FX1100 video card. An OpenGL loving card. 2GB mem on a P4, Asus motherboard. Anyone else? (And lately, it doesn't have to be a complicated file I'm working on.)
I'm on a Dell tower, but was on a Polywell before that. I haven't looked under the hood. The two machines have (had) 2GB and 4GB RAM respectively, plenty of disk space, and the dell has a nVidia Gforce 7900 graphics card. Accessing files across the network, and also often containing links to files on the network.
I never know if Illy will close or hang, so I always close the file first, and Illy second. Interestingly, Illustrator did remember our new default file template, and also remembered new actions.
On Jun 25, 11:57 am, Dan_Ol...@adobeforums.com wrote:
> Nope, it only seems like it is fixed. After the update, I had a hang. The high end openGL-loving NVidia graphics card (I use a quadro FX1100) seems a suspect in these cases.
In both Photoshop and Illustrator (CS3) when I open or save a file, the program hangs temporarily. All of the tool palettes turn white and sometimes it says (Not Responding) in the taskbar. Also Illustrator doesn't close properly. I'm running Win XP.