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I have Adobe PhotoShop Elements 2021 on Windows 11. When I start up my laptop I get two messages - PhotoShopServer.exe system error The code execution could not proceed because icucnv58.dll was not found.
The second message is the same except it says icuuc58.dll.
The program seems to works fine without them, but it's annoying. How do I fix it? Thanks.
I'd just download it , stick it where it goes, and see what happens:
ALSO GIVE THIS A TRY: move that dll to the system32 folder.
This is the location of that in windows 10: C:\Windows\System32
Thanks. I placed it in the System32 folder and in the Adobe->PhotoshopElementsexe folder, and restarted the laptop.
Good news - the icucnv58 and icuuc58 messages are gone.
Bad news - new messsage - icudt58.dll is now missing but program is working fine.
Are all these files linked in some way? Could be it an Abode PS Elements and Windows 11 disagreement?
same same: Download / extract / put in the same system32 folder.
A dynamic-link library (DLL) is a module that contains functions and data that can be used by another module (application or DLL).
A DLL can define two kinds of functions: exported and internal. The exported functions are intended to be called by other modules, as well as from within the DLL where they are defined. Internal functions are typically intended to be called only from within the DLL where they are defined. Although a DLL can export data, its data is generally used only by its functions. However, there is nothing to prevent another module from reading or writing that address.
DLLs provide a way to modularize applications so that their functionality can be updated and reused more easily. DLLs also help reduce memory overhead when several applications use the same functionality at the same time, because although each application receives its own copy of the DLL data, the applications share the DLL code.
The Windows application programming interface (API) is implemented as a set of DLLs, so any process that uses the Windows API uses dynamic linking.
Have now installed the three .dll files as you suggested and problem appears to be solved. Thanks!