Has anybody ever had a random window "Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library" pop up stating a vulcanjs.node error? It doesn't stop me using photoshop CC but randomly occurs at least once per day. How do I fix this error?

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Has anybody ever had a random window "Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library" pop up stating a vulcanjs.node error? It doesn't stop me using photoshop CC but randomly occurs at least once per day. How do I fix this error?

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Hi,


Please Remove/Repair all the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable from the control panel


below is the screenshot how they will look

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then reinstall the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for 2012 and others

from the below mentioned link

Download Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013 from Official Microsoft Download...

~Akash

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We're having the same exact issue as the OP on one of our workstations.  I first attempted a repair of all C++ installations with no success.  Then I uninstalled all C++ installations.  Oddly, prior to reinstalling, I could still open Photoshop and still had the same error message.  I've since reinstalled C++ 2012, 2013, and 2015 and still get the error message.  Would a reinstallation of Photoshop be the next step or does somebody else have another suggestion?

MissTake - for what it's worth, the the library panel isn't open (for any user on the machine - we've tested with a couple of different users in case it was a profile issue).  This error is appearing immediately upon loading the application.

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Thanks,

 

it solved my problem.

 

I had multiple C++2013/2012 Versions installed and after uninstalling old one, so that only the newest version for x64 and x86 were installed the error was gone.

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I think this relates to the server used to provide the functionality for the new Library Panel features in Photoshop 2015. So you probably won't see anything wrong if you are not using the library when the error occurs. You could try closing the Library panel for a couple of days and see if the runtime error goes away.

Terri

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An user here at the office is having the exact same error message, while working on random applications and it also happens once a day.

I've found that vulcanjs.node resides on %PROGRAMFILES%\Adobe\Adobe Creative Cloud\CCLibrary\js\node_modules\node-vulcanjs\build\Release

But why is it happening, what it is impacting and how to stop it?

jot64467005, did the suggestion from Akash Sharma worked for you?

Thank you.

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It´s just three days ago that I´m having the same problem. How will I have to fix it? When will we get a solution?

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Same issue here. I'll try the suggested C++ repair and the link provided by Akash.

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