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This happens with photoshop when the images uploaded are too large for your computers RAM to handle. It often occurs with images as an example over 12 megapixels. If your computers RAM is occupied with other background tasks this can also imply a cause as elements can be a taxing program to run.
1) When running Elements close any background programs that are running and not required.
2) Rebuild your thumbnails - select all the images in your catalog and choose the Edit > Update Thumbnail for Selected Items command (Control+Shift+U).
In older versions of elements the problem is corrected by doing the following - you may find this helps if the above fails:
Create a lower-resolution copy of the image in the Editor, and then save it in a Version Set along with the original. (Older Version of Elements)
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Here is my suggestion (with a tip of the hat to Barb O for some hints she sent me)
Open Windows Explorer and click Tools>Folder Options>View and then be sure Show Hidden Files and Folder is clicked on and then Apply to All Folders (this is just to be sure we can see some things Adobe hides by default).
I am assuming you are using the default Organizer location so go to
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Adobe\Catalog Folders and find the My Catalog folder. I am talking the folder, not the My Catalog.PSA file.
Move this folder to your Recycle Bin, but do not erase it yet.
Open Organizer and see if you notice any difference. There are some "support" files in this folder, including your thumbnails, that will get rebuilt so it may take a few minutes. If you start to see your thumbnails reappear, do the "Nanny-Nanny-hoo-hoo" dance while the machine builds all the thumbnails
Hopefully this will correct the problem.
If this does not fix the problem, I would then try this:
Close Organizer and repeat the steps above.
Look in C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\Application Data\Adobe\Photoshop Elements\x.0\Organizer and find a status.dat file
Move this file to your recycle bin and open Organizer.
UserName will be your user name
x.0 will be the version of PSE you have 3.0, 4.0 or 5.0
if both the above methods fail..... i wud suggest you to reinstall adobe....
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Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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