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There are some suggestions about removing the icon from startup in the following post:
Colin Walls, "Stop automatic startup??" #6, 19 Sep 2005 11:19 pm
These worked for some of the users. However, there also seems to be a problem with the device driver. You could try reinstalling that also.
Hope this helps.
Is that where Colin Walls says to to to C:\Program Files\Adobe Starter Edition\3.0\Apps and rename the file "apdproxy.exe" to "apdproxy-same.exe"? This was suggested to make the icon go away in the taskbar. I have clicked on Disable for the icon, and "fingers crosssed" my computer hasn't restarted recently. You're right, my error message was that there was a driver problem, but I reloaded Photoshop twice and it didn't help. As soon as that icon loads (before I diabled it) the computer restarts. Do you know if "Disable-ing" the icon causes is to not start-up when I boot the computer? And that it is not running in the background? Thanks. Dayle Marsh
The disable only affects the current session. It will appear when you reboot or if you start PSA SE. The renaming trick is permanent.
The icon stays "Disabled" when I re-boot. What is PSA SE? I'm computer illiterate. So you'd suggest I go to
C:\ProgramFiles\Adobe\PhotoshopAlbumStarterEdition\3.0\Apps. Find the file apdproxy.exe, and change it to apdproxy-save.exe. Correct?
Thanks for your help. Dayle
> What is PSA SE?
Photoshop Album Starter Edition 3.
> Find the file apdproxy.exe, and change it to apdproxy-save.exe. Correct?
Thank you, very much. Dayle