I've been having this extraordinarily annoying problem where Photoshop 6 will crash my *entire* system when I attempt to move a document window to a different position on the screen. I suspect (but am not certain) that it only happens when I attempt to move a window so that it is partially off-screen, or possibly when I grab the file name portion of the title bar to move it. What happens is that the window either moves or only partially redraws before the machine totally locks up, but retains cursor movement (no hard drive read/write sound either). I am unable to force-quit, option-tab to a different application, or click to the desktop, and am forced to hold down the power button until the machine turns off. I just looked in my Console Log and see this message many times: Apr 29 00:18:50 FPACpowerbook /System/Library/CoreServices/Classic Startup.app/Contents/Resources/TruBlueEnvironment: kCGErrorFailure : CGSGetDisplayModeDescription And: Apr 29 02:24:20 FPACpowerbook WindowServer: orderWindow: Invalid other window Apr 29 02:24:20 FPACpowerbook WindowServer: CGXOrderWinsAndPanels: error ordering window Apr 29 02:41:33 FPACpowerbook WindowServer: CGXRemoveTrackingArea : Invalid tracking area I'm running: Photoshop 6 10.2.8 with 384M of RAM on a 12" 867Mhz PowerBook Could this be faulty RAM (I haven't had problems til now), or should I reinstall Classic, OS X, Photoshop, or what?