Ok, so I read this whole t

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Ok, so I read this whole thread and I understand the whole “AMD XP processors don’t support SSE2” deal….but here’s the thing….I had Adobe Premier installed previously. I’ve never seen this error before. I just recently got a bigger drive and reinstalled XP Pro SP3 and when I went to install Adobe CS4 Masters Collection, I get the “Power PC not supported” error on several of the apps. I’m running a AMD XP 3200 2.2GHz, 1GB DDR400, ATI Radeon 9800PRO, with 2 80GB IDE drives on a MSI board (don’t remember the model, something like K7N2 Delta or something). Like I said, I understand the whole SSE2 thing but why was I able to install and run a lot of these programs before but not now? Nothing has changed except the drive upgrade….

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