InDesign CS6 Runtime Error! R6025

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Dec 01, 2016 Dec 01, 2016

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Good day,

I need a InDesign support:

When I use copy and paste command ctrl+c ctrl+v, aplication stops working and appear warning: Runtime Error! R6025 -pure virtual function call adobe indesign. It is impossible to continue the work. I must end InD by task manager.

I re-install Windows and Adobe software, but the problems remaind

My HW configuration is:

Procesor: Intel Core i7-6700k cpu @ 4.00GHz

RAM: 16,0 GB

Win 10 Pro 64bit

Please help.

Tom

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Mentor , Dec 01, 2016 Dec 01, 2016
jiris54200821 wrote:So the solution is upgrade Adobe or downgrade Windows?Basically, I guess - yes.However, before it you might take a closer look to the Peter's answer in the second thread (post No.3).Or wait for someone else chime in, who has more experience with CS6 on Win10.Personally I still stick with Win7/CS6 for stable and robust action...

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They say, CS6 is not officially supported by Adobe on Windows 10, is what it appears.

However, most users say it runs fairly well...

I'm afraid, you're on your own with such config.

Windows 10 and Production Premium CS6 ?

Edit: and maybe this old thread could be useful...

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Thanks for answer.

So the solution is upgrade Adobe or downgrade Windows?

Threads with possible solutions...seem complicated.

Tom

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jiris54200821 wrote:

So the solution is upgrade Adobe or downgrade Windows?

Basically, I guess - yes.

However, before it you might take a closer look to the Peter's answer in the second thread (post No.3).

Or wait for someone else chime in, who has more experience with CS6 on Win10.

Personally I still stick with Win7/CS6 for stable and robust action...

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Ok, thanks,

I downgrade Win and will see.

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In my case (InDesign CS6 / Win10), the problem with "Runtime Error R6025 pure virtual function call" was in one plugin of google chrome (plugin name "AutoControl Shortcut Manager"). When I turn off this add-on, everything works. As soon as I turn it on, there is error "Runtime Error R6025" in InDesign

And I was so happy to find this, because upgrade Adobe or downgrade Windows it's so much to do!

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