I have leftovers from CS6 release version all over the place. Deleted them manually as best I could both in my folders (program files and programs files x86) and searched for registry files as well, but the Beta installer still detects the prerelase version. I'm on Win 7 64-bit. Anybody gotta a similar experience? Or solution? Please help? Thanks!
I get this message: A conflicting or prerelease version of Adobe Photoshop CS6 exists on this computer. The conflicting version must be removed before installing from a current media.
Yeah, that's what I had in mind also. Any link where I can download it specificly for CS6 prerelease. That would be big help, please. I'm on Win 7 64-bit as I already mentioned in my previous post.
There are indeed other files where a manual deletion may not remove all the bits. That said, I will put you in contact with an Adobe employee to assist with your scenario.
A month ago I had a release of PS CS6 installed that I removed even without opening it. Now, trying to install the beta I am getting the same message as yours (I'm on osx but problem is the same). I have manually removed every CS6 files/folder, repaired permissions, rebooted...nothing.
Anyone has a solution to this? Do exist a cleaner for CS6?
i have same problem, i try some days version and in new beta i have 0 days to try
i have see cleaner tool but not say works with CS6