Error shown while using Photoshop CS6 on Mac operating system

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Hi all,

I am using  Photoshop CS6 on a Mac operating system and these are the steps that I have gone through to try and get this thing to work!

  • Menu: File->Automate->Merge to HDR Pro …
  • Select three .dng files, click "OK", "Merge to HDR Pro" it opens and then merges the files, clicking "OK" to return to Photoshop CS6

This is where the error occurs:
Error 8800: General Photoshop error occurred. This functionality may not be available in this version of Photoshop.

Line: 124
desc.putPath( typeNULL, New File(this.file) );

I tried a reinstall, which was no use and reset the preferences to the original settings and again that changed nothing.

It used to work fine with CS5, but I uninstalled that stupidly.

Can you tell me a way to get rid of the problem?

Thanks.

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Error shown while using Photoshop CS6 on Mac operating system

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Hello Dear,

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