Bridge won't open from Photoshop CS3 (Win XP Pro)

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by HowardG, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. HowardG

    HowardG Guest

    I am runnning Photoshop CS3 on a PC using Windows XP Pro.

    When I choose browse from Photoshop CS3's menu I see a window which states:


    Error 2: photoshop 10 is undefined. Line:1 -> photoshop10.invokeBridge
    (false, false, ")

    That's as far as it gets.

    If I load Bridge from its own start menu it works fine.

    Has anyone got a solution?
     
    HowardG, Jan 21, 2008
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  2. HowardG

    Thomas Guest

    Go to Adobe.com site

    chose downloads>product upgrades>bridge

    download
    2.1 vc_cs3_client_310.exe
    2.1 update asset_services_cs3_310.exe
    2.1 cs3 update v2.1.exe
    install

    after that, download
    bridge_2_1_1.exe
    install

    Good luck,
    Thom
     
    Thomas, Jan 22, 2008
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  3. HowardG

    Guest Guest

    Man, that should not be necessary. Use the Adobe updater and it will take
    care of everything.
     
    Guest, Jan 22, 2008
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  4. HowardG

    wb eckert Guest

    i have the same problem exactly....running updater has not helped. in
    addition, if i open bridge first and open a file to photoshop, PS opens, but
    does not function properly (e.g blend modes from layers flyout will not stay
    open and recent files does not work) and when i try to call up bridge from
    the icon in PS, i get the same message. however, and this is the real
    mystery....if i close and open PS two or maybe three times, all works as it
    should! and then, on occasion, it surprises me sometimes by working
    correctly if i open photoshop, the first time, or if i open bridge
    first.?????

    i'm stumped, and i've tried everything i could think of short of
    uninstalling and reinstalling PS again (which i have already done once)

    wb

     
    wb eckert, Jan 23, 2008
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  5. Unless the updater is broken...

    Andrew
     
    Andrew Morton, Jan 23, 2008
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  6. HowardG

    KatWoman Guest



    you all realize re-install is not going to change the inner secret files PS
    puts on your drive??

    you need to get and run the CS3 remover file first before re-install
     
    KatWoman, Jan 23, 2008
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