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How Can I Close Adobe Crash Daemon?

How Can I Close Adobe Crash Daemon?

Close Adobe Crash Daemon is one of the most reported issues that users may face. Fixing this issue adobecrdaemon is easy when you follow a few steps:

  • Check the Activity Monitor.
  • Ensure that it should be in the Applications > Utilities folder
  • Open it
  • Look under the Process Name column
  • See if you are noticing AdobeCrashDaemon.
  • The best option you can follow here is to Quit the process
  • Run the Updater again
  • Initiate the updater from within any of CS6 products. You can get that option from Help > Updates.

Alternative:

Error: “Close the following applications to continue.”

When you install Adobe products, there is a chance of seeing the message: Please close the following applications to continue:

If prompt recurs after you’ve closed the listed applications, some processes are running in the background.

Terminate these background processes that can help with the continuation of installing the Adobe product.

The solution to the issue: Terminate the application

Terminate the application: Terminate the process in Windows, Terminate the process in macOS, and terminate the process using Windows Task Manager.

  • Right-click the taskbar
  • Select Task Manager.
  • When the application mentioned in error seems listed, select the application
  • Click End Task.
  • Click More details that can help to expand the Task Manager.
  • Click the Processes tab. Ensure that you figure out the processes related to the application in the error message.
  • Select the process
  • Click End task.

There may be chances Adobe Bridge is mentioned in the error message; at that point, find Bridge.exe,

  • Select it
  • Click End task.
  • Terminate the process on Mac OS by:
  • Click the Apple icon that you can spot in the upper-left corner of the screen.
  • Choose Force Quit.
  • With that, you see the Application List appears.
  • Select the application in the error message
  • Click Force Quit.

When you see the app is not listed, go to Applications >>> Utilities >>> click Activity Monitor.

Select the process >>>click the Force a process to quit.

Final words

Follow these steps mentioned above to fix the issue. In case it persists, contact the support team.

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