My issue is not solved. My original problem was that I could not open my Photoshop Elements 15 program after some computer repair work.The last contact I had with customer care was when we uninstalled PSE 15 and then reinstalled. Then somehow we got disconnected. That action did not install the Editor, which is what I use all the time. It did install PSE 14 Organizer which is a mystery. Playing around with it I could get the Editor but I could not and cannot import photos into the Editor from My Pictures files. I was and still am getting an error code of 213:11. Something about lisencing Also I got an error code one time of CEMPod.dll.
Peru Bob, thanks. Worked like a charm. Actually I tried that fix before but was confused as to which user group I was operating under. Still confused but clicked through the correct options and hit it.
I didn't complete the instructions as follows;
Launch the Adobe application as an administrator, then log in to your regular user account.
Log in as Administrator.
Launch Adobe Premiere Elements or Photoshop Elements to ensure that no error message appears.
Log in with the desired user account.
Run the attached executable file.
Download Adobe Licensing Fix Tool.zip from the link below, and extract the executable file.