Do one of the following solutions: Solution 1: Remove the NOKIAManager.mox file.
- Exit Photoshop Elements.
- Open the C:\Program Files\Adobe\Photoshop Elements 6.0\moxplugins folder.
- Move the NOKIAManager.mox file to the Recycle Bin, or another location such as your desktop.
- Restart your computer.
NOKIAManager.mox plug-in file is required for Adobe Photo Downloader to
download photos from a Nokia mobile phone. If you use a Nokia mobile
phone, use Solution 2. If you later decide to use a Nokia mobile phone,
either move the NOKIAManager.mox file back to the original location or
reinstall Photoshop Elements.
Solution 2: Install or reinstall the Nokia PC Suite software.
Only use this solution if you connect a Nokia mobile phone to your computer.
In order to communicate with a Nokia mobile phone, your computer must
have the Nokia PC Suite software installed. Install the software to
allow Adobe Photo Downloader to communicate with the phone and download
photos from it. If you have previously installed Nokia PC Suite but are
still getting this error message, uninstall and reinstall the software
or upgrade to a newer version. For more information about Nokia PC
Suite, contact Nokia or visit the Nokia web site
Solution 3: Disable Adobe Photo Downloader
- Open the Organizer in Photoshop Elements.
- Choose Edit > Preferences > Camera or Card Reader.
- Disable the Auto Launch Adobe Photo Downloader On Device Connect option.
- Click OK.
This solution will
prevent Adobe Photo Downloader from starting when Windows starts, and
it will not appear automatically when you plug in a camera, card
reader, flash memory drive, or other memory device. When you plug in
one of these devices, and in order to download photos into the
Organizer, you will need to start Photoshop Elements and choose File
> Get Photos or Videos > From Camera or Card Reader.
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