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Workaround To work around this issue, uninstall the
August 2009 Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 Application
Compatibility Update, and then install Service Pack 2 for Windows
Server 2008 and Windows Vista. To uninstall the August 2009 Windows
Vista and Windows Server 2008 Application Compatibility Update, follow
Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
Click Uninstall a program under the Programs section.
In the Tasks list in the left navigation area, click View installed updates.
Click Update for Microsoft Windows (KB972036), and then click Uninstall.
Click Yes when you are prompted to confirm the uninstallation.
Note If you are prompted for confirmation or for the administrator password, click Yes to confirm, or type the administrator password.
Restart the system when you are prompted.
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the resolution to the problem is that please try to uninstall the avira from a tool called revo uninstaller if you donot get a crack version please try revert on firstname.lastname@example.org
why i am asking you to uninstall avira because at time the firewall tries to capture,the dll look up of the network .if it doesnot work then you need to go ahead and uninstall and reinstall the network driver for your computer.
I did some research for you and MS did a number on everyone with this one..you can't uninstall it and even the people (engineers) who were capable to remove it still have some of the properties left over. From what I gathered go to Windows Explorer. Find the Transform Pack folder and delete it and all of its third party packs..one guy even wiped his hard drive and reinstalled, no luck..best is to do the delete from C: drive. Good luck..
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Try deleting all the files from the Photoshop folder in the Adobe folder in Program Files. Then download a free program called ncleaner. just type ncleaner into google. after you install it, run it and press the Clean System button, then Clean Now. Just click yes when it asks you. Then click back to the main screen, and click find junk. that should get rid of any leftover files from the photoshop install. chris