Wednesday, January 11, 2012

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS ORGANIZER is crashing after starting up || Some hit and Trial

With Softwares like Adobe Photoshop Elements, there are multiple problem which can't be exactly described in words. That's why online forums comes into picture where different users have different experience with similar sorts of problems and different remedy work for them. Forums provide a channel to interact with other folks who could share the probable solutions and at times, some experiments solve the problems. Crashing on start-up is one of the generic problem, which may have been caused by various reasons and here we are trying to go step by step and one of the solution may work for you.

Let's check out problem solutions to Crash on Start-up of Elements Organizer...

1. Partial Clean-Up before new launch of Elements Organizer -

-  Go to C:\Users\<current user>\AppData\Roaming\Adobe

- Locate a folder called 'Online Services' and rename it

-Locate another folder called 'Elements Organizer' and rename it.

- Relaunch Elements Organizer and see if works. (If not, try next mentioned solution)

 2. Add an environment variable by following below mentioned steps:

- Right-click on 'My Computer'
- Opt 'Properties' in right click context menu
- Go to 'Advanced System Settings' and then 'System Variables'
- Click 'New' for adding another environment variable.
- Create a Variable with name 'KMP_DUPLICATE_LIB_OK' and put a value as 'TRUE'

3. Repair your Catalog before launching Elements Organizer.
- Double click PSE icon your desktop to launch Welcome Screen
- Press ALT+CTRL+DEL and click on Organizer. Keep these buttons pressed until you see Catalog Management dialog.
- Repair your current catalog and open Elements Organizer

All these solutions are suggested by our PSE friends who faced similar problem and one these solutions worked for them. All these details are also available at , in form of a discussion.

If none of these solution work for you, we shall keep finding out new solutions and more information through comments will always be helpful in reaching to main cause of the problem.

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