Adobe Photoshop 6 is not running on my Windows 2000

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Hello,

I use Windows 2000 and following error message has appear when I try to run Adobe Photoshop 6.0.

What I did is installed few plug-ins on lighting effects. After the installation, Photoshop is not running.

Is this for the new plug-ins?

Application Launcher Status

Failed to cache application

Error Code was B7

OK

Regards,

Edith

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Answered By 0 points N/A #92198

Adobe Photoshop 6 is not running on my Windows 2000

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Hi Edith

When you are using adobe Creative Suite 3 and it is not running or stop working, you need to uninstall and reinstall the application again. 

Now, when fixing Adobe CS2/CS3, follow this instruction, go to start > run then type services.msc in the run box. > navigate FLEXnet Licensing Service > Restart the computer and then launch any Adobe CS3 application. 

Then the error should be fixed now.

Hope this will help you and guide you.

Thank you

Answered By 0 points N/A #92199

Adobe Photoshop 6 is not running on my Windows 2000

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Hi Edith! 

When you are using Adobe Create Suite 3 and it is not working properly you need to uninstall and reinstall it again. 

Now i fixing Adobe CS2/CS3, You need to follow this instruction, Go to start > run then type services.msc in the run box. 

Navigate the FEXnet Licensing services the restart your computer and launch Adobe CS3 application the error should be fixed by this time.  

I hope this will guide you and help you thanks

Answered By 0 points N/A #92200

Adobe Photoshop 6 is not running on my Windows 2000

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Hello! 

Let's try to scrutinize the problem here. Since you are using Windows 2000, that operating system is an older version compared to new ones. Microsoft is no longer supporting the Windows 2000.

Because of that, updates and hotfixes and even phone support are no longer offered for that product. Adobe 6.0 requires updates for that operating system. 

What you should do is you try to uninstall the program (if existing), then try downloading the same program but this time with updates. Install again including the automatic updates and click yes to start updating. 

I hope this message will help you solve your problem.

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