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Old 08-11-2008, 05:50 PM   #1
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Default Something went wrong when install CS3

Ok well when I FINALLY bought CS3, I installed it
but it said to close the following programs: Yahoo messenger.
I was closed. and i was signed of.

Then suddenly a power surge Shut off my computer


So I turned on the Computer again, and then tired reinstalling it.
It said, please complete installation of the other adobe products.

but no other installation was going on.

i tried to use uniblue registery to scan for errors, it picked up none.

i used the crtl+atl+delete and end msiexe.exe, i think that's what its called

still nothing i went to controll panel and saw photoshop adobe cs3, clicked change and remove, didn't do it

can anyone else help me please.
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Old 08-12-2008, 09:50 AM   #2
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Default Re: Something went wrong when install CS3

Try deleting all the file in the installed Photoshop directory.
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