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Photoshop15 .psd file crashes on startup

I updated my Photoshop and when I open the psd file it saying 'The last time you opened Photoshop CC, it unexpectedly quit while reopening windows. Do you want to try to reopen its windows again?' Any thoughts would be much appreciated.

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I suggest the following which worked for me.
Open the Photoshop program folder and open the Plugins folder. Move all the plugins to a separate empty folder on your desktop. Be sure there are no files in the Plugins folder
Next restart Photoshop 2015. If it opens correctly replace the plugins, one by one, into the Photoshop Plugins folder and restart Photoshop 2015 after each individual replacement. When Photoshop 2015 stops starting correctly you have found the offending plugin(s).
After doing the above I found two plugins that caused my problem. Downloading updates for the offending programs that were created to solve Photoshop 2015 plugin problems and installing them solved the issues for me so I can use those plugins again.

Also I found this program Photoshop Fix Toolbox https://www.fixtoolbox.com/photoshopfix.html

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Hi,

Go to this link
http://www.fixya.com/support/t26293687-resolve_problem_psd_file
Its mention solution of PDF file error.
Thanks

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These programs are not normally update able and perhaps you should have checked with Adobe before you did it .

Posted on Feb 16, 2016

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