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An internal error occurred...

Feb 27, 2008
Pori, Finland
Lightroom Experience
Lightroom Version
Operating System: Windows 10
Exact Lightroom Version (Help menu > System Info): Lightroom Classic version: 7.2


Since yesterdy I had this message when closing and backupping Lr: "An internal error occurred. Attempt to
make a request to a closed server."
By googling I got information that this has something to do with the plug-ins. So I disabled the plugins one by
one and find out that a plug-in named "LogiOptions" caused the error. Now it's disabled and the error is gone
but I have no idea what is this LogiOptions -plugin and how I have got it??
I also have a "Nikon tether plug-in" but I never have had any Nikon camera and I'm quite sure I never installed
this plug-in. So wondering how and why these appeared. Do Lr-updates automatically install something like these?
Sep 29, 2007
Southampton, UK
Lightroom Experience
Power User
Lightroom Version
Cloud Service
A quick Google suggests LogiOptions is a Logitech plug-in Logitech Options - Logitech Support

The Nikon tether plug-in is created/installed by Adobe, so that one should be fine.