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Adobe Photoshop Error 213 19> Learn the apps Get started or learn new ways to work. Learn now > Ask the community Post questions and get answers from experts. Start now > Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences. adobe photoshop error 15 Our creative, marketing and document solutions empower everyone — from emerging artists to global brands — to bring digital creations to life and deliver them to the right person at the right moment for the best results. About Us Newsroom Careers At Adobe Privacy Security Corporate Responsibility Customer Showcase Investor Relations Events Contact Us Home Support Support Knowledgebase Error: "Component Move Data... -113" when installing Photoshop 7.0.1 update Issue When you try adobe photoshop error 16 windows 8 to install the Adobe Photoshop 7.0.1 update in Windows, the installer returns error "Component Move Data had the following error Media Name:data Component File Group: File C:\Docume~1\Owner\Locals~1\Temp\WZSE1.TMP\data1.hdr Error Number: -113 (refer to the online help)." the Solutions Do one or more of the following: Solution 1: Install the revised Photoshop 7.0.1 update. You can download the update from the Adobe website at www.adobe.com/support/downloads/ . Solution 2: Delete all temporary files, and then reinstall the Photoshop 7.0.1 update. Delete all temporary files (including those left on the hard disk by the Photoshop installer), and then reinstall the Photoshop 7.0.1 update. To delete temporary files: 1. Enable Windows to show hidden files and folders: a. Choose Tools > Folder Options (Windows XP, 2000, or Me), View > Folder Options (Windows 98), or View > Options (Windows NT). b. Click the View tab. c. Select Show Hidden Files and Folders in the Hidden Files and Folders section (Windows XP, 2000, or Me), or Show All Files in the Hidden Files section (Windows 98 or NT), and then click OK. 2. Exit from open applications. 3. Choose Start > Search, and then click All Files or Folders. 4. Type *.tmp in the All or Part of the File Name text box. 5. Choose Local Hard Drives
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I recently tried to install Photoshop elements on my new computer and received an error message 113. http://www.clearps.com/photoshop-forum/index.php/t/68998/ I was unable to complete the installation. I had no http://www.clearps.com/photoshop-forum/index.php/t/40226/ trouble when I originally installed the program on my old computer several years ago. Where can I find out the details about error message 113? Thanks, Len Urban Fri, 01 October 2004 23:00 gladewalker (Photoshop begginer) "Len Urban"
'error 113' as an 'online error message' so. help! thx Wed, 17 September 2003 10:16 Richard Coencas (Photoshop expert) Cheryl, Please give some more info. Version of Elements, OS, Exactly where in the process it is aborting. Rich Wed, 17 September 2003 18:34 Mark Hiers (Advanced Photoshop user) Deleteing the contents of your Windows Temp and Tmp folders before running the installer should clear things up. Previous Topic: Please, once & for all, Explain the Warning message! Next Topic: GETTING HERE Goto Forum: Adobe PhotoshopAdobe Photoshop techniques & helpPhotoshop for WindowsPhotoshop for MacTechnical questionsPhotoshop ElementsAdobe Photoshop Elements Sitemap Contact Us © 2009–2010 ClearPS.com. All rights reserved. The information contained in ClearPS.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of ClearPS.com Adobe Photoshop plug-ins, tools, tutorials and user discussions Photoshop news Photoshop plugins Photoshop forum