My adobe after effects closed suddenly.

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I am having problem with my Adobe After Effects. I experienced for some point in time a message telling me that it is unable to obtain the user language. Is it something to do with the registry key?

I am not opening my registry editor because it might cause severe damage to my computer if I done wrong with that.

You help would be much appreciated.


After Effects error: Crash in progress. Last logged message was: <62344><ASL.ResourceUtils.GetLanguageIDFromRegistry><0> Unable to obtain the User ‘Language’ registry key at: SoftwareAdobeAfter Effects10.0.1 Defaulting to ‘en_US’.

Thanks a lot in advance.

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My adobe after effects closed suddenly.



After effect error can be solved easily. There are many reasons for suddenly closing After effect.

It is a tool in graphics design or Photoshop. It helps you to select a particular area with same format and give you that opportunity to go and edit that particular area. It is a small file in Photoshop library. 

If in your computer you install some similar application program in a same time then uninstall one program, this problem occurs.

In order to solve this problem you need to install plug-in. You can easily find this plug-in on internet. Installing missing plug-in will solve this problem. You can also search in Google for more plug-in.

If you are using a corrupted application program then uninstall or remove it and install a new copy of After effect.

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My adobe after effects closed suddenly.


That’s a registry key being referred to by the error message. If a program has a problem with the registry, it can be of several reasons. One is if the program has corrupt files preventing it from accessing the Windows registry. Second is if there is a problem with your registry. Another is if the program requires an elevated permission to run properly.

First, try running the program as administrator to elevate the program’s privilege level. To do this, right-click Adobe After Effects then select “Run as Administrator” or point to “Run as” then select “Administrator”. See if this works. If it does, change the compatibility setting of the program. Right-click After Effects then select “Properties”.

Select “Compatibility” tab then under “Privilege level” section at the bottom of the dialog, check “Run this program as an administrator” then click “OK”. This should fix the problem. But if it doesn’t work when you run it as administrator, try reinstalling. Download Revo Uninstaller Freeware. Use the supplied password to unpack then run the installer to install Revo Uninstaller.

Once installed, start Revo Uninstaller then uninstall Adobe After Effects from the panel. Follow the instructions to uninstall the program completely leaving no leftovers behind. When this is finished, open your web browser then go to CCleaner Free then download and install CCleaner. Once installed, start CCleaner and clean your system. When cleaning is finished, install Adobe After Effects back and then try it again.

See if it works. To register CCleaner, download CCleaner Registration Codes. Use the supplied password to unpack. Open “license-keys_readme.txt” with Notepad then follow the instructions.

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