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My photoshop 7.0 will not load the program files

My photoshop 7.0 says " an error occurred during the move data process: -115 " I need help!
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    What do you mean by "Program files" like programs like games off the computer or programs coming with the Photoshop program?

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I would advise to run photoshop 7.0 installation with the "run as administrator" command.
If you don't know what I mean.
You right click the exe file and it will give you an option to install as an administrator.

Posted on Feb 04, 2009

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Photoshop file info data cannot be read. How to fix it?


hi,
when you have your document opened, look every layer to find little yellow triangle(s), witch means that there is a problem with this(those) layer(s), it can be (more often) the text layers that have fonts that you don't have installed, or a reference file that has been moved from original path.
hope you'll solve that !
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May 07, 2015 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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When i install adobe photoshop 7.0, i get data error 115. how do i rectify that. pls help me


to resolve it, close all the applications and programs and then start the installation.
if you still have a problem, go to the following link and download the repair tool. but, i suggest you to try it out with the first option first. Here is the link:

http://www.restoreguard.com/p/error-115.html?keyword=Error%20115&cct_info=1'26128'9823937937'55695897'1163809377'p'6523600227'kw'1518136047'g'''&cct_ver=3&cct_bk=error%20115&gclid=CKblnJv4xqkCFVJX4QodAWYfEQ

Jun 21, 2011 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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While adobe photoshop 7.0 installation, error -115 is coming. Can you please assist me regarding this installation problem.


The probable causes could be due to Data for CD not transfering during the installation.
Here some options you can try,
1. Infected PCs. (Scan PC for virus & malwares)
2. Dirty or bad CD installer. (Use another CD)
3. HDD space for the installation.(Remove some of your data for space allocations)
4. Security Programs running in the background. (Disabled any Security Programs before installations)
5. Too many junk files in your "temp" folder. (Use the CCleaner to clean up your PC and reinstall the program.)

Hope it helps & good luck.

May 13, 2011 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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When i install adobe photoshop 7.0, i get data error 115. how do i rectify that. pls help me


download and run ccleaner after running it try to install photoshop .If you still have the problem tell me

Mar 10, 2011 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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The program will not load , error message not enouph memory


Hold the CTRL key down while this software is starting. This process will prompt you to recover the catalog. If you don't see this pop window then try it again as timing this right will ensure you see the window.

If your catalog cannot be recovered then rename the hidden file psa.prf - This file can located under your user profile folder:

Windows 2000 / Windows XP - C:\Documents and Settings\[username]Application Data\Adobe\Photoshop Elements\3.0\Organizer

Vista or Windows 7 - C:\Users\[username]Application Data\Adobe\Photoshop Elements\3.0\Organizer

Jan 28, 2011 | Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0 plus Premiere...

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When attempting to start Adobe Photoshop Elements 2, I get this message " Could not complete your request because of missing or invalid personalization information." Using a PC running XP home service pack...


OK, loads of different fixes for this, have fun.

These errors are caused when a version of Photoshop CS is already on the computer, such as a beta copy, or if your registration information file does not get written properly or is damaged. If multiple copies of Photoshop are in the Applications folder, or if a beta or tryout version is installed in addition to the regular version, the system and Photoshop may confuse which files to use to verify personalization. This confusion can lead to personalization errors when launching the application.

The Photoshop CS installer personalizes the Photoshop CS application within the Applications folder in alphabetical order. If multiple instances of the Photoshop CS folder are present, only the first one alphabetically will be personalized. New installations of Photoshop CS (which folder falls alphabetically after the first installation) will not be personalized.

A damaged or incorrectly written personalization file (userreg or ps.sif) can also cause Photoshop to return a personalization error when you start it.

Do one or more of the following solutions:

Solution 1: Remove and then reinstall Photoshop.

If Photoshop's serial number is not displayed on the bottom of Photoshop CS's splash screen upon opening Photoshop, you may have another version of Photoshop CS on the computer. Empty the trash, remove the copy of Photoshop and reinstall it. It is especially important to remove any beta copies of Photoshop you may have.

To remove and then reinstall Photoshop:

1. Move any personal files from the Adobe Photoshop CS folder(s) on the hard disk to another location.

2. Delete all Adobe Photoshop CS folder(s) in the Applications folder.

3. Drag the Users/[user name]/Library/Preferences/Adobe Photoshop CS Settings folder to the Trash.

4. Insert the Photoshop CD-ROM, double-click the installer file in the Photoshop folder on the CD-ROM, and then follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.

Solution 2: Remove and then reinstall Photoshop in another location.

If you uninstall and reinstall and still get personalization errors, or if you cannot locate an installed copy, uninstall any copies you find, empty the trash, and then remove Photoshop, and then reinstall Photoshop in another location that is alphabetically in front of any other installation.

To remove Photoshop and install it in a new location:

1. Move any personal files from the Adobe Photoshop CS folders on the hard disk to another location.

2. Delete all Adobe Photoshop CS folders in the Applications folder.

3. Drag the Users/[user name]/Library/Preferences/Adobe Photoshop CS Settings folder to the Trash.

4. Create a subfolder in the Applications folder, that is named differently from the default Photoshop install folder (Adobe Photoshop CS), and is is alphabetically in front of the other version of Photoshop, such as \Applications\aaaa\Adobe Photoshop CS.

5. Reinstall Photoshop CS and select the new subfolder (created in Step 4) as the install folder when prompted for the installation location.

Solution 3: Use the ImageReady personalization file.

If Photoshop's serial number is displayed on the splash screen, or you performed the solutions referred to above, the cause of the errors is a personalization file that is not written correctly or is damaged. If you can successfully open ImageReady, you can use ImageReady's personalization file for Photoshop.

To Use the ImageReady personalization file:

1. Ctrl+click the Adobe Photoshop CS application file in Applications/Adobe Photoshop CS and choose Show Package Contents.

2. Open the Contents folder, and then open the Resources folder.

3. Locate the USERREG file in the Resources folder, and drag it to the desktop. Keep the Resources folder open.

4. Ctrl+click the Adobe ImageReady CS application file in Applications/Adobe Photoshop CS and choose Show Package Contents.

5. Open the Contents folder, and then open the Resources folder.

6. Locate the USERREG file in the ImageReady Resources folder, and copy it to the Photoshop Package's Contents/Resource folder.

7. Close all open folders, and restart Photoshop. Restart ImageReady to make sure that the USERREG file was copied, not moved, to the Photoshop Package's Contents/Resource folder.

Solution 4: Replace the Photoshop .sif file.

If Photoshop does not open without error, also replace the .sif file:

1. Ctrl+click the Adobe Photoshop CS application file in Applications/Adobe Photoshop CS and choose Show Package Contents.

2. Open the Contents folder, and then open the Resources folder and the ASN folder in the Resources folder.

3. Locate the PS.SIF file in the ASN folder, and drag it to the desktop. Keep the ASN folder open.

4. Ctrl+click the Adobe ImageReady CS application file in Applications/Adobe Photoshop CS and choose Show Package Contents.

5. Open the Contents folder, and then open the Resources folder and the ASN folder in the Resources folder.

6. Locate the PS.SIF file in the ASN folder, and copy it to the Photoshop Package's Contents/Resource folder.

7. Close all open folders, and restart Photoshop. Also restart ImageReady to make sure the PS.SIF file was copied, not moved to the Photoshop Package's Contents/Resource folder.

8. In setup editor, under components, expand the Typelibrary.tlb component. Expand advertising and remove all entries under it. (should be only one.)
Compile and install.

I know its a lot, but Adobe is a complicated program:) Source(s): http://kb.adobe.com

Aug 10, 2009 | Adobe Photoshop Elements 2.0

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ERROR CODE 106


restore your system to previous date where its working fine then check

Nov 05, 2008 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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Photoshop 7 won't open


Hi there heepslaven,

Quite a dilemma. You need to be in Photoshop to adjust the memory preference settings. The memory preference settings prevent you from getting into Photoshop. Catch-22.

The solution: Change the settings through the .ini file.

Important: If you have questions or need clarification at any point, stop and ask. You are my eyes, I want you to understand the process. OK?

Just to clarify a few things (to rule out other possibilities), please respond with the answers to the following:
  • This just started happening? (No recent changes or upgrades to 7.0?)
  • What is the size of your hard drive? (Right click the drive icon in My Computer and select Properties. It will show a pie chart. I'm looking for Capacity)
  • Same place, What is the available space?
  • Any other recent events that might have something to do with memory usage or disk utilization? (even remotely possible)
  • Ram - How many megabytes (Giga?)
  • Are you comfortable navigating with Windows Explorer?
OK, The objective:
  • Find the initialize file (.ini) that Photoshop uses to save its settings (general preferences, memory, file locations, etc.).
  • Once found, change the default settings, specifically those involving memory usage, errors and so on.
  • This should allow the application to complete its initialization.
  • The changes: Either you can do it with notepad or you can copy and paste it into a comment back to me. Then I make the changes which you put back into the file. Which ever, I prefer to see the whole file, in case something else catches my eye. Don't worry, it's pretty short.
Sound good?

Get back to me with the answers and we can begin.

Mike

Aug 16, 2008 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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Installing error code -106


what this suggests is that the files cannot be transfered to the hard drive because of either you havent the latest version of .net http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=0856eacb-4362-4b0d-8edd-aab15c5e04f5&DisplayLang=en, or you are low on hard drive space or afaulty disc. download from the above link first, then if still not installing try copying all the installation files across to your pc and try again, but check you have enough hard drive space.

Aug 24, 2007 | Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC

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