Adobe Photoshop error after reinstallation of Windows XP.

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I have my PC installed with latest Photoshop version. My PC has been re-installed with Windows XP because it was crashed. All other applications are working absolutely fine except Adobe Photoshop. When I launch Photoshop I get this error "Memory could not be allocated for the activation process. Please close all applications and try again." as shown below in the image. Please help.

latest Photoshop version has been re-installed with Windows XP
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Answered By 0 points N/A #128835

Adobe Photoshop error after reinstallation of Windows XP.

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Try to check if there is enough memory space on your computer. There is an allocated memory size in order to run Photoshop. Maybe when you reformatted your PC, you did not delete the old Windows and it adds space on your PC causing you Photoshop not to open. Try to perform a Disk Cleanup, clear your Temp folder and empty your Recycle Bin.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #128836

Adobe Photoshop error after reinstallation of Windows XP.

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Hello Hirensalla,

For the solution to the problem, please follow the following steps:

Go to C > Windows > Temp folder and make it empty.

Go to Start Menu > Run > type “msconfig” and disable the Startup processes.

Make the C: drive as empty as possible.

Restart your computer and try again.

The problem should be solved then.

Thank you.

Have a nice day.

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