Please Help To Solve The Photoshop Error 1

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I am using Windows 7. I have recently installed Photoshop on my computer. But when I try to run it the following error is shown – Photoshop error 1. I am not able to use Photoshop. Please help.

Answered By 0 points N/A #289013

Please Help To Solve The Photoshop Error 1


Please follow the following set of solutions.

1. Uninstall all Adobe software from your computer and install them again from trusted sources.

2. Then you need to delete all the app associated files and folder from Adobe. You can find such files and folder in Program Files in C: Drive.

3. Now you can reinstall Adobe Software.

If the above method doesn’t work,

1. Open Windows Registry Editor.

2. Look out for a directory named

“HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlSession Manager.”

3. From this directory delete the key called ‘InProgress.’

4. Restart your computer.

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Please Help To Solve The Photoshop Error 1


That problem also happens to me when I sometimes change the primary scratch disk of Photoshop and select a different drive. The only remedy is to reset or delete the preferences file. Once it is deleted, Photoshop will automatically recreate the file using default settings. If, by any chance, you modified some of its settings, just change it back once the file has been recreated.

To reset the preferences file, press and hold CTRL + ALT + SHIFT on your keyboard and then launch Photoshop. When you are prompted with “Delete the Adobe Photoshop Settings file?”, just click “Yes” to continue. That should fix the problem. Another way is to delete the file manually. Open Windows Explorer then navigate to “C:\Documents and Settings\[username]\Application Data\Adobe\Photoshop\[version]\[version] Settings” for Windows XP.

For Windows 7, navigate to “C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop [version]\Adobe Photoshop [version] Settings”. Look for the file called “Adobe Photoshop [version] Prefs.psp” then delete it. After that, start Photoshop. After this, that file you deleted will be recreated automatically using default settings when Photoshop loads.

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