Adobe Photoshop CS6 Error on importing variables

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I am seeking for some assistance with my Adobe Photoshop CS6. I got a program error when importing with variables. It could not import my text file. It shows an error “Cannot complete request due to a program error”. I searched on some forums but I could not find any appropriate solutions. Can someone please help me?

Thank you.

Answered By 0 points N/A #107873

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Error on importing variables



I see that you are facing a problem with Photoshop CS 6. The error occurred because of insufficient video memory on your computer. Check the following points:

1. To run Photoshop CS 6 on a computer, the minimum required video memory is 512 MB. However, having 512 MB video memory does not guarantee that it will work properly. This happens because other programs also use some of the video memory so the full memory is not allocated to Photoshop.

2. For an optimum performance, you should have 8 GB RAM and 1 GB video memory. Also, having a 64-bit operating system will increase the performance of CS 6.

If you do not want to improve your configuration, then you can use CS 5 which has a lower requirement of memory.


Answered By 562865 points N/A #107874

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Error on importing variables


It seems this error is also pretty common when using Photoshop. If you are using Mac, open the Finder and navigate to “~/Library/Preferences/Adobe”. Set the folder’s permission to “read/write access”. It may require you to click on the lock button and enter your administrator password to continue. If you are using Windows, start Photoshop CS6 then click “Edit”, “Preferences”, and then “Type”.

Select “Text Engine Options”, change it to “Middle Eastern”, and then click “OK”. After this, restart Photoshop. See if this fixes the problem. If this doesn’t fix it, try resetting or deleting the preferences file. To do this, press and hold CTRL + ALT + SHIFT and then start Photoshop. Click “Yes” when you are prompted with “Delete the Adobe Photoshop Settings file?”

This will delete the existing preferences file and will be generated automatically once Photoshop loads. See if this fixes the problem.

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