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Photoshop CS2 registry entry problems

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#1 OFFLINE mensural



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Posted 28 July 2006 - 09:44 PM

Recently I downloaded the demo version of Photoshop CS2. After the demo expired I used 'Add/Remove' to deinstall the program, which it did....for the most part.
After running Norton Systemworks 2003 One Button Cleanup, many registry entries for Photoshop remain. Norton was unable to remove them. I then went to CCLEANER which detected the same entries but was also unable to remove them. The solution was to delete the registry entries. However, when I tried this, I received the messages 'unable able to remove values' to 'access denied', etc, etc, etc.
My question. Is there any way to remove the Photoshop entries?
Any help would be of greatly appreciated.

#2 OFFLINE JohnDemolition


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Posted 29 July 2006 - 10:05 AM

you can download djlizard's Repair Permissions package and maybe it will fix the registry issues. i had a similar problem with the registry except it had to do with IE but nevertheless, this might work. Cheers :)