It's a bit of a story so here it goes and before anyone says stick the CD in, I lost in between moving a couple of times. I have the original version of Photoshop CS installed on my old Powermac G4 that I installed sometime in 2004. In 2008 I got a new at the time Macbook running 10.5 and easily copied it through Migration Assistant without a hitch. At launch it used to say I was missing some files or something but aside from that it worked fine. When I installed 10.6 through a upgrade install it continued to work fine. Recently I deleted a partition on my Book's drive and decided I might as well do a clean restore since I've been getting a few Kernel Panics and figured it would help. After the wipe and reinstall I restored from a Time Machine backup and now Photoshop quits on start. I tried copying it through Migration Assistant again from the G4 but still get the same results. Is there anyway I can copy it from the G4 to Macbook and have it work properly?