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The program must be installed in an Administrator account and must be run in compatibility mode.
To check if you are using an Administrator account use the following steps:
1. Click on Start, then Control Panel
2. Open user accounts then select your Account
3. If it says Administrator you are finished, if not continue to step 4
4. Select Change your Account type, then choose administrator.
5. Click Ok.
6. Reboot computer and install.
Once the install is complete, follow these steps to run in compatibility mode:
1. Right click on desktop shortcut, then select properties
2. Click Compatibility tab, then check the box that says Run this program in compatibility mode for:
3. It should default to Windows XP (Service pack 3). leave it there.
4. Click Ok.
This should resolve your issue. If it does not, either you have a bad install disc or you will need to perform a completely clean install of Print Shop, which is signficantly more involved.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Disconnect your internet. Then install. Works like a charm now. I had the same issues with Vista. :)
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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This is probably due to the program using the same folder for the new version of the program. Best solution would be to uninstall the new version, uninstall the old version and then reinstall the newset version only.
Running a registry cleaner in between does not harm.
One other thing to try is an uninstall program, but I am not sure that will help.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
How did you uninstall itunes? If you run into an error, or your computer while your itunes was installing, it could leave things behind messing up all the other installations as well. What you need to do is first of all make sure you don't have any instances of itunes open, or trying to be opened. Then you can go ahead and run the uninstaller on itunes.
Then you will need to go into explorer (windows+e, or right click on your My Computer icon and press "explore" from the menu), navigate to C:\Program Files\ and delete the itunes folder completely. If you get an error saying something to the effect of "This file/folder is being used by another program, please stop that program and try again." go ahead and restart your computer, and try to delete the folder again when your computer comes back up.
Then try and reinstall it, making sure that you are downloading the correct version of itunes for your operating system.
Posted on May 16, 2011
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