Deactivate, uninstall, run Clean Script CS4 2 or 3 times then install on the correct drive. Notice you will have the most reliable and stable installation if you use the default directory on the C: drive.
Considering I am in ''transit'' now on my multiboot, I have the same version installed under Vista (same PC, same hardware - as I read on Adobe website : legal). (I cannot boot two OS at same time of course)
However, what does deactivate do ? If I deactivate under Windows 7, does this mean my licence under Vista will also be deactivated ?
This will be a temporary situation - I do not intend to live forever with 3 OS. Please do not comment on this ;-)
- how do I deactivate ? (one program at a time or the entire CS4 suite ?)
- where do I find Clean Script ?
- Under Help. One programs deactivates the entire suite.
- In the Adobe KB.
But once again : does it affects my installation under Vista (same computer) or just the installation here under Windows 7 ?
I don't like dual boot setups, so I have no first hand experience. But just to be on the safe side deactivate both versions, uninstall/install the correct one and then reactivate both versions.
Transition from Vista to Win7 is pretty easy. Do a fresh install, while removing all partitions at the same time. I can't imagine a single reason for keeping Vista installed, plus the added complexity of dual boot configurations with all the different drive setups and the wasted space of having dual installations of certain software.