Adobe Photoshop CS5 error in saving files

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Hey there,

I am an avid user of Photoshop CS 5.1, which you all know is part of Design Standard Creative Suite. However, I have a problem with the “Save” and “Save As” options. These functions should let me save my file in my target location but whenever I use them, I get a dialog box with this message:

"Error 8103: The document has not yet been saved. Line: 54 ->".

After which, the program says that the file has not been saved successfully but I can see the file is saved in the exact location in the correct format. And even when I'm about to close the application, it tells me that I have to save the file and the same error message pops up again.  

What is happening?

Anyone care to help me?



Answered By 0 points N/A #94073

Adobe Photoshop CS5 error in saving files



Looks like there's a problem on a specific plug-in installed that's causing the error.  You need to check all your plug-ins for Photoshop.  To do this, you have to uninstall each plug-in one at a time to identify the faulty plug-in.  Usually this error comes up because of the "extensis suitcase fusion 3" plug-in.  
The error might also be caused by a script set to run whenever you save and that script might be buggy.
Tip:  When checking your plug-ins, uninstall one at a time and test Photoshop Software if you're able to save files.  If  you still can't save a file, reinstall the same plug-in and move to the next.   
Hope this info helps.
Answered By 590495 points N/A #94074

Adobe Photoshop CS5 error in saving files


That is not a normal error that Photoshop will throw. That dialog appears to be caused by a script that is configured to run whenever you try to save a document. And it looks like the script programmed to run has a bug in it and that’s causing the error in Photoshop. If you installed a plug-in for Adobe Photoshop CS5.1, try uninstalling it and see if it works.

This error was first encountered using Extensis Suitcase Fusion 3 plug-in installed for Adobe Photoshop CS5.1. When the user removed the plug-in from his computer, all went well fixing the error completely. So, in your case, if there is a plug-in installed or you are using a plug-in for Photoshop CS5.1, try removing it and see how it goes after that.

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