You have recently activated your Photoshop for the first time after an update. Photoshop performs a system check, updates itself, and then the Autocorrection module is installed. During this process, the system launch of the application fails. This issue can be resolved by the following steps: Make sure you disable your Autocorrection module in Flashback: Preferences > Automatically Fix Common Projects Close Photoshop or Photoshop Extended. Open Photoshop again. Click on Start, then Run, and type: %appdata%. In the appdata folder, look for Adobe and delete the Photoshop folder. Click on OK and type exit in the windows. Reinstall Photoshop.
Download the latest Photoshop, click on Install, and then the installation will start. Once finished download the Creative Cloud Application Package for Photoshop (CCAPP) for Windows and Mac. Place the downloaded file into your Adobe folder. There is NOT a Photoshop folder in the folder: Adobe. Should be called Adobe. You may need to replace Adobe with the actual folder where the Adobe Application Package is installed! Update the Software Service in Photoshop (Windows+Mac) and restart. Open Photoshop and you should be good to go. d2c66b5586