Losing data on reactivating computer after Stand By mode

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Hi experts

I have added a view of the error message which I got. Before I put my computer on Stand By for a while, all tasks are functioning well. But half of my task won’t work when I reactivate my computer.

I would be grateful for the suggestion and solution which I can follow from next startup.

Adobe Phooshop CS3 Extended

Could not complete a command because of a program error.

OK

Thanks a lot.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #104903

Losing data on reactivating computer after Stand By mode

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Hi

 

The problem looks like that your computer is doing but the problem is basically with your window it seems like your window is not working properly. May be your window has affected by virus or your window may have got some corrupted files.

So first you need to scan your computer then check if this problem solved or not. If not then

You need to solve this thing by either solve the window problem by re-installing the window or by update your window so that everything will solve by this. This is the solution hope this solution will solve your problem.

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Losing data on reactivating computer after Stand By mode

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Hello Adam,

The error you attached with your post is linked with adobe Photoshop. It has nothing to do with your computer stand by or any other computer activity. You need to solve the issue related to the Photoshop. This error can be removed by doing the following steps:

1- Please clear all the Adobe Photoshop preference cache.

2- This can be done by holding Ctrl + Alt + Shift keys together while you start the Photoshop program and keep holding it until it is completely started.

3- Please make sure you have disconnected your internet connection. Also you must have fonts installed.

This will solve your problem and you will not see the error message again.

Thanks

 

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