Photoshop CS5 Error – Looking for Solution

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Hi,

I am using Photoshop CS5 to edit some of my maps.

When I try to open bridge using this software to make a GIF file, I get the following error on the screen:

 

Error

Error 2: photoshop is undefined.
Line: 1
-> photoshop.invokeBridge (false, false, “);
 
                                                         OK

Has anyone come across such an error? If yes, please do let me know the solution.

Looking forward to your suggestions.

Kindest regards,

Mary

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Best Answer by Johnstoon Leen
Answered By 0 points N/A #140062

Photoshop CS5 Error – Looking for Solution

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Hello everyone,

We just posted an update which includes addressing this issue. You will get the update from Photoshop's Help> Improvements…

Alternatively, you can visit this link to obtain an installer:

http: //www. adobe. com/support/downloads/detail. jsp? ftpID=4733

You need to no longer see the applying error on launch. Since the chipsets that throw this particular error don't support SSE2 coaching sets, GPU features and three dimensional features in Ps CS5 Extended won't work.

Regards,

Rios Miller

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Answered By 0 points N/A #196172

Photoshop CS5 Error – Looking for Solution

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Hi Janetdschall

 

There are multiple methods to find out your problem solution

Method 1

  • Go to the windows explorer directory
  • Navigate to program files(X86) and scroll down to bridge icon (beidge.exe)
  • Right click on that icon and create as a shortcut.
  • Also make sure that bridge is not running in backend and reset the preferences
  • Hold down the ctrl key and click on bridge icon.
  • Now you should get a reset window with given three options.

 Your problem can be resolved.

Method 2

  • Press ctrl+alt+shift keys and hold it in windows as you restart each application (Photoshop, Bridge)
  • Now confirm that you want to delete all the preferences
  • In terms of Photoshop: Click Yes to Delete the Adobe Photoshop settings file
  • In terms of Bridge: Select all three options in given dialog box and click ok
  • Now restart the Photoshop again and Enjoy your work

Regards,

Johnstoon Leen

Answered By 566850 points N/A #140063

Photoshop CS5 Error – Looking for Solution

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There are two ways when Adobe Bridge will throw you that error. First is when you start Adobe Bridge from the Options menu. Another is when you click File, Browse, and then select Adobe Bridge. One way of fixing that error is to delete the preferences file for both Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge.

To do this, press and hold CTRL + ALT + SHIFT when you start Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge. When you are prompted with “Delete the Adobe Photoshop Settings file” in Photoshop, select “Yes”. In Adobe Bridge, select all three options in the dialog and click “OK”. Start Adobe Bridge and see if it works. If this doesn’t fix it, install the latest update for Adobe Bridge.

You can find the update for Adobe Bridge at Adobe Product Updates. Once installed, restart Adobe Bridge and see if it works. If the problem continues, you need to delete the “StartupScripts” folder and then reinstall Adobe CS. To do this, start Windows Explorer then navigate to “C:Program FilesCommon FilesAdobe” and then delete the “StartupScripts” folder. Next, click Start, Control Panel, and then select “Add or Remove Programs”.

Select “Adobe Creative Suite 5” then click “Uninstall” or “Remove”. After this, restart your computer and then reinstall Adobe Creative Suite from the installation CD. This is useful if you installed Adobe Bridge and Adobe Photoshop as part of Adobe Creative Suite. See if this works.

Answered By 40 points N/A #140064

Photoshop CS5 Error – Looking for Solution

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Hi

To resolve this issue at first check your desktop and see if there is a bridge icon. For more information visit this Techyv link.

Got an error while opening Adobe Bridge from Adobe Photoshop

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