I can't guarantee this would work, but try uninstalling it with CCleaner
and then run the registry cleaner. It might be that there is something
that is hanging on and because the Italian and English are obviously not
getting along with each other, there might be a lingering problem for
one or the other.
Thanks Jim for your suggestion, but it hasn't worked. Even after removing the application, cleaning the registry and reinstalling Photoshop Album, the windows opens with all the previous thumbnails and collections, but after closing it, I get the error message whenever I try to lauch it again... I'm puzzled!
Okay, let's try something else. This will effectively force you to
rebuild the image database and remove the tags you might have created,
but you will get the version you desire.
Uninstall the application again. Delete all the adobe album folders. Be
careful not to delete ALL Adobe folders for example not for Adobe
Reader. Now, clean the registry again and try to reinstall the Italian
I have tried every possible means to fix the problem, but in the end I have disintalled the Italian version I wanted to have and reinstalled the English version.
Shame it was for my mom's use who doesn't know English! I will have to keep on answering her questions like "And what does 'share' mean?" without any hope of having her learn one single word, hard as I try.
I'm sorry to hear that. Mind you... it does mean that you get to chat a
lot... Sorry... just looking for a bright side.
Where did you find the italian version for PASE3.2. I am asking because on the adobe site I could only find PASE 2.0 in Italian. You might have faced the problem because the Italian version that you are installing is a lower version than the English version. If that's not the case, try installing PASE 2.0 in Italian along with PASE 3.2 in English. The too can coexist if the older version is installed later.