This would be a good question for Adobe Tech Support. This is a user-to-user forum.
This Would be a good question for Adobe Tech Support... if you could actually contact Adobe Tech Support!
I'm trying to find out if this happened to anyone else... Adobe tries to get you to test the Pro and then you can't contact anyone when their trial breaks down..
It IS likely that the PrPro trial did leave behind some files, and likely Registry entries (if you are on Windows).
I would uninstall the trial of PrPro, and then run the Adobe Cleaner Utility (http://www.adobe.com/support/contact/cscleanertool.html) several times, rebooting between each run. That should clean out any aspect of any of the Adobe Creative Suite programs.
Before doing this, since you DO want PrE retained, I would do a System Restore Point (for today), just in case. When done, you might need to do a Repair Install of PrE, but when I have done those, they are very quick and simple. Going back, I had to do a Repair Install for my entire CS 2 Creative Suite (all programs), because installing PrE 4.0 broke them. It took about 45 mins., but that was because I had the full CS 2 Creative Suite installed.
Thanks I will try this...
It's nice to see an actual answer.. instead of someone telling me this is a question for tech support and what forum I'm in!
I just checked tech support...and all operators are busy, as they always are!