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Did you tried unistalling Photoshop Album 2.0 Starter Edition? If the uninstall was unsucessful, try reinstalling the software first and then uninstalling. Or, you can try to install Photoshop Album Starter Edition 3.0 directly, it would uninstall 2.0 by itself.
Yes! As I noted in my original post, I downloaded Photoshop Album 2 Starter Edition again, and was then able to use the uninstall to remove the program. But, after removing it I did a search of my system and found two files still there. I guess I may try downloading Photoshop Album 3 Starter Edition and then deleting it to see if everything is removed, before reinstalling it on my "D" drive.
Uninstalling software does not always remove all the files from the system, Decent software manufactures often inform you that not all files have been removed, and suggest that they can be deleted via Windows Explorer.
If these "left behind" files are non executionable, that is, they don't start the application, then there will be no problem sending them to the recycling bin.
Thanks for the reply, but I just got it resolved. I went ahead and downloaded Photoshop Album 3.0 Starter Edition, which is supposed to delete Album 2.0 Starter Edition files. It did do that. I then deleted the Starter Edition 3.0 from my "C" drive and downloaded it again to my "D" drive, accomplishing what I wanted to do.
Again, thanks to you and everyone else that responded.