Application Error on Adobe Photoshop

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I  downloaded Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended v12.0.  When I try to open it up I get an error message that reads:





Flash.exe – Application Error

The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135). Click OK to terminate the application


I did a virus scan using Norton AntiVirus, and no issues were found.  What is going on?  Does anyone know what I can do to resolve this?  I have uninstalled the program, and tried downloading again.  It still does the same thing!  Can anyone help me?



Best Answer by shaheryar2003
Answered By 0 points N/A #86898

Application Error on Adobe Photoshop


There are several reasons for the occurrence of this error. I will explain and give their solution one by one.

1. Most probably this error is occurred by an error in .Net framework. To resolve install the latest version of .Net. You can download the newer version easily over the internet. Or you can perform a windows update and this will be installed automatically.

2. There can be a problem in your registry. Your system registry should be cleaned. There are many software’s which you can use for this purpose. After performing cleanup restart your computer.

Hope this information will be helpful and you will be able to install your required software.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #86896

Application Error on Adobe Photoshop


This issue isn't due to any virus or malware.The biggest problems users have with CS5 12.0.2 and updated Systems are they are trying to use old, buggy, 32-bit Photoshop Plugins that are incompatible with 64-bit Photoshop, including TWAIN scanner drivers. 1st you should check out which system you are using whether 32bit or 64 bit operating system and check out the software requirements of the Adobe wether that supports 32 bit or 64 bit operating system. 

Secondly be sure you have updated your Adobe applications, and you need to install adobe flash player to run this application smoothly. i think haven't installed it on your system or maybe that is corrupt or may not be working properly so I advise you to install it again. Hope it would help you to resolve this issue. Wish you Luck!

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Answered By 580710 points N/A #86899

Application Error on Adobe Photoshop


I also get that error occasionally. Actually, you can get that error with any application you are using not just with Adobe Flash Builder and Adobe Photoshop CS5. Most of the time, it happens in random. I see it as a normal glitch in the system. Whenever you encounter this error in any application, just close it and restart your computer.

Start the application again then see if it works. If you are using Adobe Photoshop CS5, click on the dialog and close the program. Restart the computer. Start Photoshop again after booting and see if it works. If this doesn’t fix it, download Revo Uninstaller Freeware. Use the supplied password to unpack then run the installer to install Revo Uninstaller.

Once installed, start Revo Uninstaller and uninstall Photoshop CS5 from the panel. Follow the instructions to uninstall Photoshop properly then restart the computer. After booting, go to CCleaner Free then download and install CCleaner. Once installed, start CCleaner and clean your system. After this, install Adobe Photoshop CS5 back and see if it works. To register CCleaner, download CCleaner Registration Codes.

Use the supplied password to unpack. Open “license-keys_readme.txt” with Notepad and follow the instructions to register CCleaner.

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