What popup? what system? You need to be much more specific.
Popup at at startup states the cs5servicemanager requires java update. I am running the latest version of Yosemite and have the full version of Adobe CC. This popup started after the updating to Yosemite.
I am getting the same thing since I updated to Yosemite last week
Model Name: MacBook Pro
Model Identifier: MacBookPro10,1
Processor Name: Intel Core i7
Processor Speed: 2.6 GHz
Number of Processors: 1
Total Number of Cores: 4
L2 Cache (per Core): 256 KB
L3 Cache: 6 MB
Memory: 16 GB
Boot ROM Version: MBP101.00EE.B05
SMC Version (system): 2.3f36
Serial Number (system): C02J57H7DKQ5
Hardware UUID: 8678CB48-DA7A-537F-A2B2-B3A53F98456B
Any Ideas what is going on?
I'm experiencing the same thing and also since updating to Yosemite. I want it to stop. I have no ideas on how to get rid of it.
the solution seems to be to follow the link on the popup menu and download the update file: JavaForOSX2014-001
after installation, the notification at startup no longer appears.
Thanks, Kedisi. I didn't want to install Java, but it's seeming like the only option.
I just spent a lot of time online with an Adobe customer service person and he told me that every time an OS is updated that all Adobe software has to be unistalled and then re-installed (not kidding). I was getting the same Java error message and I tried to uninstall any old CS5 or CS6 software I still had, but it failed. He then said that I needed to re-download the legacy CS5 and CS6 applications and then re-uninstall them in the newly updated Yosemite OS. I am going to try this, because it doesn't seem like a good idea to install legacy Java script to cover an error message, which could potentially cause issues somewhere else – with old Java on the machine.
If you're not actually running CS5 anymore, as I guess most people aren't (certainly most of the commentators above). Then there is a fix posted here which is simple enough:
Of course you could use your preferred method to find the CS5ServiceManager files. What I'm saying is: if you're not using them get rid — for whatever reason updates and uninsitalls of old versions of the CS over the years had left CS5ServiceManager and CS4ServiceManager in my startup items ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
That did the trick for me. Huge thank you!
Hi there, I used CCleaner but went directly to
I didn't RUN the app since I didn't know what it would do?
BTY, what does running CCleaner do?
Thx ahead of time!
Here's another way, if you don't mind getting your feet wet in the Terminal:
launchctl remove com.adobe.CS5ServiceManager
sudo rm -f /Library/LaunchAgents/com.adobe.CS5ServiceManager.plist
What this does is:
The second step is necessary or it will keep coming back.
Be careful when using sudo and rm, you don't want to remove anything important - just this plist file.
Awesome. Worked like a charm. Thanks Rich!
This seemed like the easiest and most sensible solution. And it worked! Thanks!!!