Hi there ! I was using Photoshop and iy was fine. Then, I downloaded the Photoshop CS6 Beta and try to install it, but I got the message that I already has a version of PS CS6. I was dumb and deleted the program without a properly uninstall. Now the CS6 installer thinks I have it installed but I have not, and I'm not able to find it in Programs and features. I don't know how to uninstall something I already deleted.
My question is: where are the peripheric files that says PS CS6 is installed ? I just want to avoid the installer to thinks I had PS CS6 installed. I can use regedit if needed, but I won't do anything without instructions.
Or, is it possible to force a reinstall over a previous installation ?
I know what is the problem, I just need to know where is the files that makes CS6 to think I already have it, cause I dont.
I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate, 64bit.
Same as in any other version: Creative Suite Cleaner Tool.Though it would appear it hasn't been updated for CS6, so ask on the PS6 Betas forum. Otehr than that you could alwys manaully delete the caps.db and associated files, but this will also render installs/uninstalls of other Adobe apps plus updates defunct, so you pretty much have to reinstall everything after that.
Thanks Millenium, I tried that, but it's only for CS5.5 and earlier versions, so I quit. Is there the same tool for CS6 ? I'll search for beta's forum as you suggested. If you have any further ideas, please let me know. Thanks again !
I have CS6 Beta and CS5 installed on a Windows 7 Professional 64 bit computer and plan on purchasing the CS6 Upgrade when it is available. I am planning on using the Windows uninstaller to remove CS6 Beta and then installing the upgrade for CS6 with CS5 still active on the computer. Is this the correct apporach?
Sorry to bother Pete, but I downloaded PS CS6 a while ago, and... i deleted the app once the trial ended, manually, without uninstalling it so... I have the same problem... (I´m a Mac user)...
What can I do?
I used it, but I don´t like to conserve trails in my computers so I deleted it. And since I was ignorant about the fact that trying to delete it manually was going to cause a problem, I did... and... here i am