Error "Can not initialize PS Elements because there is not enough memory RAM"

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John_Van_Drie
Dec 21, 2003
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We have enough memory RAM on our computer, but whenever we try to open Photoshop Elements, an error message pops up. It says, "Can not initialize PS Elements because there is not enough memory RAM." We have plenty of memory RAM on our computer, and I tried uninstalling and reinstalling it. It worked for about six months, but now it doesn’t.

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Ray
Dec 21, 2003
Have you tried to reset PSE preferences ? Upon double-clicking on the desktop icon, press and hold SHIFT-CONTROL-ATL keys untill a dialog box is displayed. Click on yes.

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Nancy_S
Dec 21, 2003
Do you have ample hard drive free space that has been defragmented recently? If you are short on free HD space (which is contiguous) this could be a problem.

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