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Installation problem of evaluation version of Photoshop

Dec 7, 2012 8:31 PM

Tags: #photoshop

Hi guys

 

I have tried downloading Adobe Photoshop CS6 to evaluate and see if it will meet my needs (I expect it will - user friendliness is my big question). Now, the download failed and I cannot undo what has been done and need your help.

 

My system is configured with a small SSD for my C: drive which is ONLY intended for the operating system, drivers and system type files. All programs are *meant* to go to my large (Tb sized) D: drive. However the download decided to use my C: drive, didn't check to see how much space was available (about 10Gb) and has failed to download as it ran out of space.

 

I have 190Mb left which iis critically low and cannot find where Photoshop has gone! Can you tell me the directory it will have created so I can delete it?

Some programs insist on using C: and I have Adobe reader and Acrobat which are on C: but no sign of Photoshop under there. What directory name should I look for to delete?

 

Also, how much space do I need, so I can delete or move some other files off to D:?

 

OS=7.

 

Cheers, Brett

 
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  • Currently Being Moderated
    Dec 7, 2012 8:38 PM   in reply to BrettCupitt1

    Best to run the Adobe Creative Suite Cleaner Tool then reinstall.

    http://www.adobe.com/support/contact/cscleanertool.html

     
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