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    4 comments  ·  Adobe InDesign: Bugs » Crash  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We have released an update for InDesign CC2019 (v 14.0.1) which contains some stability fixes. If you are not already on 14.0.1 (build 209), then we recommend you to update to latest version.

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    Rudi Heystek commented  · 
    Rudi Heystek commented  · 

    Hi Guys,
    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

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