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I am using windows XP I have been adding new brushes to my adobe Photoshop Elements 5. I have been getting error messages recently. I really started paying attention last night. Here is the error messages I have gotten:

The first one---The exception unknown software exception (0x0eedfade)occurred in the application at 0x7c812a5b. (I'm not sure if the ohs are 0 or o) :whistling: Then the next window said runtime error 217 0300EEAEA.

I was downloading brushes to Photoshop Elemenst 5. I used JustZipIt to unzip the file. I moved the zip file to the unzipped file and that got move to another file and then I opened the file in PSE and used the brushes. The error came at the end when I was closing down the program and my computer froze.

Second Message---Downloaded another set of brushes and got the same message.

Tonight everything was fine. I closed PSE. Then I was closing some windows that I had used to download 2 sets of brushes. The file that caused the problem is the one I downloaded the new brush zip files before I unzip and download.

The third message---the runtime error 217 at 01A4EAEA It did not shut down my computer.

Thank you,
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