Photoshop and PowerBuilder system application corrupted

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I have a problem with my Photoshop and PowerBuilder system application.

Whenever I open an application like Adobe Photoshop or Sybase PowerBuilder 11.5, it's menu or tool bars are corrupted.

I have tried restarting the computer, but it did not help. I have also tried reinstalling the software of the application.

What should I do? Do I need to buy new PC?

By the way,my PC brand is ACER VERITON.

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Photoshop and PowerBuilder system application corrupted

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No, Mr. Al,  there is no need to purchase a new computer because the problem is in your application or software.

Reinstall the programs, first making sure to completely remove earlier installations.

This is important because any file from the previous installation can trigger the same problem. 

Also scan your files for viruses because they can cause this type of error. 

If this does not help,  there could be a problem in Windows – reinstall it.

I hope this helps.

Cheers.

Answered By 0 points N/A #115083

Photoshop and PowerBuilder system application corrupted

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Good day Mr.Al. There is absolutely no need to buy a new computer.

The main problem is that your software could be corrupted or some system files not correctly input into the system registry.

What you need to do, therefore, is uninstall the software properly using the 'Add or remove programs' option in the control panel; then reinstall.

You may also consider going to the registry editor and removing all the entries of the application in the registry before the fresh installation.

Open system registry by going to Start > Run >Type in 'regedit'

In the Registry window, select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE_SOFTWARE_ADOBE and delete the entries

Once you delete all the entries from the system registry, you can reinstall the program and try restarting the system to see whether the problem still persists. If the problem still persists, you will need to  look for alternative software.

Thanks.

I hope you find a solution.

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