Fixing Of Event 1000 Application Error Through Simpler Ways

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I am getting the event 1000 application errors as my Photoshop cc crashes while working. It has been a few days that I am not able to fix this issue. Is there any simple way to fix it?

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Fixing Of Event 1000 Application Error Through Simpler Ways

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Well, the event error 1000 application error occurs is the software is corrupted, or there is the problem in the installation of the software. To fix this kind of error, check whether the software you are using is an expired version or not. If it is an outdated or corrupted one, then it would encounter this kind of error and ultimately will harm all your files related to the software.

If the software is not corrupted, then check whether the files related to this software do not get linked with the other software. In both the cases, there is come faulty measure applied while the installation of the particular software say Photoshop cc you are mentioning here. So, to overcome this issue, there are three simple ways –

1.) Clean your system by removing the unwanted files and the temp files present in the software to avoid the linkage of the Photoshop files with other software.

2.) Scan the whole computer and uninstall the software.

3.) Reinstall the software for the proper and efficient functioning.

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Fixing Of Event 1000 Application Error Through Simpler Ways

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If you have Adobe Photoshop CC successfully installed but it keeps crashing on startup, check the system requirements and verify your computer meets those requirements. Adobe Photoshop CC supports Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and Windows 8.x.

It requires 2 GHz Intel Pentium 4 or equivalent AMD Athlon 64 or faster processor, 1 GB RAM, 2.5 GB free space, 1024 x 768 minimum screen resolution, video card with 512 MB video RAM and OpenGL 2.0 support, and internet connection for product activation. If this is not the problem, make sure you are using an administrator account when installing it.

If this doesn’t help, try running as admin. Right-click Photoshop CC and select “Run as administrator.” If this doesn’t work, try to disable your antivirus. If the problem continues, uninstall and reinstall Photoshop. Download the free version of Revo Uninstaller and install. Once installed, start Revo then select Photoshop CC among the applications and click “Uninstall.” Follow the normal uninstall process.

When uninstall is complete, click “Scan” to scan your computer for any leftover files and click to delete everything it finds. This removes everything the program created on your computer. When it is finished, exit Revo then restart the computer. After booting, install Photoshop CC back.

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