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Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by lynnlake1, Apr 26, 2006.

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  1. lynnlake1

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    I installed Photoshop 3.0 but have run into a critical error when trying to work in it. For example, I've created a slideshow but when I attempt to burn it to a cd, I get the following error.

    Adobe Photoshop Elements 3.0 has encountered a problem and needs to close.
    Error Code c06d007e
    Address: 7c81eb33

    When I access the technical information about the error, it states the following.

    AppName: photoshopelementorganizer.exe
    AppVer 3.0.1.241
    ModName: kernel32.dll
    Mod Ver. 5.1.2600.2180
    Offset: 0001eb33

    Currently I cannot use this software at all due to the fact that I can't burn photo images to an outside source. I would greatly appreciate any and all help to resolve this problem. I'm completely lost. Thanks so much.
     
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    First … Welcome to the forum.

    I’m assuming that you’re trying to use the Browser/Organizer function of Elements to Move/Copy your Work.
    I don’t use this function of Elements, I just use the Editor, because of the potential problems and confusion.
    Can’t you burn/copy your work using Windows ??

    If you really want to use the Organizer … I’d first try re-installing Elements.
    Just a bump till someone comes along who knows how to fix this.
     
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    I am veyr new to this software program so have lots to learn about it as well. I thought there might have been a conflict with that particular .dll file and the software. How do I use the Editor portion of the program then rather than the Organizer? And not sure what you mean about burning my photos using Windows...?? I might be missing something here.....
     
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    Your Computer should have some CD/DVD burning software.
    Can’t you use it to put your Elements work on a CD/DVD ?

    Actually, I don’t use Elements much, I have Photoshop CS2, so I’m a little rusty on it.
    To get straight to the Elements Editor … I go to ….
    C:\Program Files\Adobe\Photoshop Elements 4.0/PhotoshopElementsEditor.exe
    ... and create a shortcut to this .exe file.
    Then … When I want to open Elements, in the Editor, I use this shortcut.

    To Burn, Move, or Copy my Photoshop work, I just use the Windows Commands … COPY n PASTE ..
    Or my Sonic CD/DVD Burning software.

    I have noticed that Elements 4.0 seemed to make several changes in the Browser/Organizer over version 3.0.
    But Like I said … I don’t mess with Elements much and avoid Organizers wherever possible.
     
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    Thank you for this help....

    After reading your first reply, I went into Photoshop and tried to create a slideshow using the Editor portion but again when attempting to burn to vcd, it gave me the same error. I have done an uninstall and reinstall but come up with the same error. So not sure my error is solely a result of working in the Organizer portion??
     
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    If you created something … You were working in the Editor.

    I suspect that you’re trying to tell Elements to put your work on a DVD.

    Have you tried to use your DVD burning software to put the Elements working file on a DVD ?
     
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    Not sure if that file is missing or not....

    How can I find that out?

    Could you send me that .dll file just in case I don't have it?

    Thank you very much.
     
  9. Noyb

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    Lets check first ...

    Open “My Computer”
    Click on the “C: Drive”
    RIGHT click on the Windows folder …. And choose “Search”
    Then have it search for …. faultrep.dll

    Does the faultrep.dll file show up in the C:\WINDOWS\system32 folder ???
     

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    Yes it is there.
     
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    I wonder if that particular file is just corrupt? Maybe I should delete and copy a new one in there?
     
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    We can try that also .... But I doubt it ...

    Open the attached zip … COPY the faultrep.dll file ..
    And PASTE it in your C:\WINDOWS\system32 folder.
     
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    Unfortunately I don' t have software that allows me to burn dvd's. I burn from Media Player onto my d: and can watch the slideshow from my computer but when I put it in my dvd player, I can't view.
     
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