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Problem Installing Photoshop 'Error 146' (i changed the installation path and now its not working)

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Jun 06, 2024 Jun 06, 2024

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Hello Folks,

 

My macOS version is Sonoma 14.5.

I used to have Photoshop installed on an external SSD. Sadly, that didn't work out for me. I deleted Photoshop from that SSD and now I want to reinstall it back on my MacBook. Now I'm getting the Error '146'. 😕

I already changed the installation path back to 'Apps' on my MacBook, but it still seems to be trying to find my SSD, which is called 'PRGMME'. (That was already before I tried it the first time and had the Error)

Even creating a new folder and changing the installation path to there didn't work. In the CC overview, though, it's changed.
Every time after changing the installtion path, I of course restarted my mac.


Anyone got a tip for me? What am I going wrong?

Help would be much appreciated!

 

 

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LEGEND , Jun 11, 2024 Jun 11, 2024

DO NOT reset permissions unless you know exectly what you are doing, you could corrupt your operating system so it has to be reinstalled.

You should probably use the Adobe CC Cleaner Tool to completely remove everything, and then start over from scratch.

https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/kb/cc-cleaner-tool-installation-problems.html

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Jun 11, 2024 Jun 11, 2024

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I am having the same issue! I uhninstalled the apps, due to continued password requests, and have tried both from disk and from download reinstallations, ands keep getting the below error.  I have manually reset all permissions on my iMac for administrator when possible, all the way down the tree, no change. Install always gets stuck at 88% for downloads.  Help!

Exit Code: 146
-------------------------------------- Summary --------------------------------------
 - 2 fatal error(s), 0 error(s), 1 warnings(s) 

FATAL: Error (Code = 146) executing in command 'MoveFileCommand' for package: 'CoreSync-mul', version:4.3.45.2
FATAL: Error occurred in install of package (Name: CoreSync-mul Version: 4.3.45.2). Error code: '146'
WARN: Unable to move file at "/System/Volumes/Data/.adobeTemp/B13E6529-2340-481E-B606-08DB38DA2D18/1/CoreSync/Core Sync.app/Contents/Frameworks/AdobeCrashReporter.framework/Versions/A/Adobe Crash Reporter.app/Contents/Resources/de.lproj/MainMenu.nib" to "/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Sync/CoreSync/Core Sync.app/Contents/Frameworks/AdobeCrashReporter.framework/Versions/A/Adobe Crash Reporter.app/Contents/Resources/de.lproj/MainMenu.nib" . Try setting correct permissions to the specified file/folder or parent folder, so that admin has rights to modify it.

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DO NOT reset permissions unless you know exectly what you are doing, you could corrupt your operating system so it has to be reinstalled.

You should probably use the Adobe CC Cleaner Tool to completely remove everything, and then start over from scratch.

https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/kb/cc-cleaner-tool-installation-problems.html

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Thanks, Lumi. I only added admin permissions where needed and permitted, and am cautious about such things, for sure. I hap[pened to find that the Photoshop Elements 21 app was in my applications folder, and will actually run after a couple of error messages. However, I will use cccleaner and start afresh. Appreciate the advice.

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