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I'm currently running Windows 95 SP1 under VMware Player 6.0.4 (host OS: Windows Vista) with the VMware SVGA II graphics card driver installed and I've run into a problem with a old graphics editing programme called Adobe Photoshop 3.0.4 (released in June 1995). The application works under Windows 95, however when I try to tinker around with the toolbox, edit the canvas or attempt to save a file after a few minutes, Adobe Photoshop 3.0.4 crashes: Clicking on Details prior to closing Adobe Photoshop 3.0.4 displays the following: I'm wondering if the problem relies on the Windows 95 operating system itself (including the updates that I installed), Adobe Photoshop itself or the KERNEL32.DLL module that hasn't even been updated yet. I searched for answers to resolve this issue, but it has been no help at all. Is there a way to fix this problem? 64 MB of system memory and 4 MB of video memory is allocated to the guest OS under VMware Player. Update: I found that Adobe Photoshop 3.0.4 isn't fully compatible with Windows 95. Updating to version 3.0.5 apparently solved the issue.