How many problems can you cause with every update Adobe? Can you fix these before updating and how do I fix this one now since I literally slowed to a snails pace with this issue.
I have the exact same issue.... this is absolutely ridiculous!
WORKAROUND: Backup and delete C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe Creative Cloud\CCLibrary\libs\node.exe
This is not recommended but will free you to go through this stupid error all the time
Other than the obvious workaround benefit, what gets affected by deleting node.exe?
I couldn't tell you, for now didn't notice any difference but it is certain that even before deleting it the node.exe wasn't being any helpful because of this error
You my son are a hero.
Yes, so far the only true fix! Kudos to you and thank you!
Windows 10 is apparently immune, Windows 7 SP1 is affected and I don't know about Windows 8
Same issue here but deleting node.exe didn't resolve the issue (though node.exe is what is referenced in the details of the error). Any other thoughts out there? I tried stopping the creative cloud app from starting at login but that didn't help.
I have deleted the node.exe and the error comes up less often, but still comes up.
I got rid of the evented I/O problem and now this is destroying my processing time. Why is it occuring? why does adobe not
fix it when they see re all frustrated? Helen
Perhaps Adobe applications have recreated the node.exe, try to check if it is still there, because without node.exe this error should no longer appear, try also check Windows Updade if you have all the updates installed.
I checked and there wasn’t a new instance of node.exe after I deleted it but somehow that error still shows up.
I still get node.exe to come up Russellk. This just occurs less often after deleting the file. So its a bandage, not a fix.
I am able to work right through the error message but it is annoying. Still using Windows7 and will as long as possible.
Why does Adobe keep releasing updates that cause more errors regarding the node. Why haven't they fixed the original problem. It used to be that downloading node.exe and replacing it fixed the error now that doesn't work anymore.
I ran into this error in Creative Cloud at one of my clients. What I found was that the error had started occurring after an version update or upgrade. Upon closer examination I found that the original version of node.exe was approximately 5.5 MB and there was a newer one in the update that was slightly over 11 MB. The environment still pointed to the older file location, so I renamed the old original node file and copied the newer version into the folder. After that - no more errors have appeared (at least in the last several hours - and the client said they had been popping up every few minutes, at login, or opening various applications. I hope this helps.
Unfortunately, this is happening for my client on brand new installs, not upgrades, so not sure where to go from here...
I just found this tidbit (figured it might help someone more technical)
it doesn't fair well with windows or for long term connections like to all of us using adobe products. I am pretty sure that adobe isn't responding because it hasn't a clue yet how to fix the issue. you'd think they would realize that eventually they will lose customers over their programming mistakes. we'll see.
Tell me Russel can you do anything with this bit of information that may help the rest of us come up with a work around?
yeah I tried that but my node is.. 13.238mb and still does continue to error even when program isn't running which is VERY annoying. I'll be in the middle of watching a video on youtube or working on a word document and up it pops. ANNOYING
I have this same freakin' problem. I've tried renaming the executable, but no relief. What they hell Adobe???? This didn't happen until I upgraded.
the worst part is it is more frequent in the last few days - so I will speculate that adobe is working on the issue - I am probably wrong though since they have not had one iota of communication with us to even acknowledge the problem. hell of a way to run a business!
We are terribly sorry for making you have to go through this. Here are some steps that should help solving the issue:
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Adobe CC Libraries Engineering
>>Make sure that Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.1 is not unchecked (A check as well as a blue box as in the screenshot below is ok.
The box is checked... didn't fix anything.
Mine was not checked and/or blue - so I pressed on it and it became blue, and I pressed apply and reboot my computer. You can always try unchecking it. Rebooting and then manually checking it again. Hope this helps.