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An error occurred while saving the comment An error occurred while saving the commentRudi Heystek commented
Try this as copied from another adobe thread:
Restart the System and at the Dell Alienhead Logo, Press F2 (Multi-page BIOS)
Under the Advanced TAB, You will Find the Option CPU Configuration-Hyper- Threading technology-Change it to Disable
Under the Advanced TAB, You will Find the Option Intel (R) Speed step Technology-Change it to Disable
If you wish to turn on the Overclocking again, change the above options back to enable in the BIOS
Once the computer restarted, I could open and run InDesign CC 2018 normally. There is obviously something in the code that prevents the program from running in hyper-threaded environment.
Tested and agreed. Once it is installed and you have successfully launched it, you can go back to your BIOS and turn hyper-threading back on. Its a one time initialization problem with the new version. Im glad, but surprised. Thanks