I have tried so many times to remove photoshop cs6 pre-release, but without any success.
I have downloaded photoshop cs6 extended from this link:
I stupidly put it in the bin first and emptied the bin when actually I shouldn't have done so. So I tried the cleaner
I've put first to remove cs5 , cs5.5 and cs6
then I did it again with cs6 alone.
I've restarted my computer.
Still doesn't work, I always get the message:
"A conflicting or prerelease version of adobe photoshop exists on this computer (...) "
I have searched previous similar topics about the same problem, no success.
Please do help me ;___________;
Hi Haunted, you've posted this question on the Edge Inspect forum. I'm moving it to the Photoshop General question forum here: http://forums.adobe.com/community/photoshop/general
In Windows did you go to Uninstall programs and look for CS6 beta? If you uninstalled it fine, if you just deleted it not so good. But then if you ran the Adobe Script cleaner you should have gotten all the remnants.
Have never used the script cleaner, but understand there are differnt levels of removal one can use.
I looked for it for uninstall program and it is not there. And I've just deleted. I tried everything, I even used the function with the clean "delete all" to make sure there's no single trace of it. No hope.
I don't know what I am supposed to do, I don't find it in the programs in order to uninstall it, I already deleted in the bin (stupidly) and I've cleaned everything with the cleaner. It keeps on puting the same message.