Thanks Laurel for your info! I have so much to do, that a direct link to the solution would have been helpful. I have no interest in reading trough the whole Adobe site, who would want that for the next thousand years.
I also have absolutelly no interest in having any provider of any service that wants to control or maintain my data. It was just great when I was in control of my data and I was defining who has access to my data, I guess you could rightfully so assume that there is a lack of trust toward a company that just randomly disposes of products that worked well for people like me.
I probably have to go through a lot a hassle to get my data back and I have purchased Version 5 a long time ago and never until yeasterday installed it just because of Version Que. Stupid of me to not resist the temptation to want to get something for my cash.
I say to Adobe which was for many years one of my favorite companies, keep disappointing customers like you do, and soon nobody is supporting you any longer.
If you have a solution to the problem, please let me know. I have no interest anymore to spend more then a half hour to solve this problem, otherwise I will have to find another solution without Adobe.
Thanks again for your interest in helping a bad situation, it is bad enough that one can't even get customer support anymore and no warning during the installation that you mess up all my data, well done Adobe. I hope you get my distinct sense of frustration, trying to stay "politically correct" which in this case is rather hard to do.
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