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DOWNLOAD IN THE SEANCE FROM CD TO COMPUTER or from web to your computer and its too old Photoshop 6 which will not be compatible with windows 7 or vista so it may give error regarding compatibility issue so please be clear for this and let me know the error you are getting when you download the software . Hope it helps you Please vote for me Thanks and regards Dushyant
The most important thing to keep in mind about installing Print Shop 22 on any computer is that Print Shop 22 requires that .NET Framework 1.1 be installed on the hard drive before Print Shop 22 is installed. (Print Shop cannot work with any other version of .NET Framework.) So, the first thing that the Print Shop 22 installation process will look for is whether or not .NET Framework 1.1 is installed. If .NET Framework 1.1 is not installed, it will be installed from the Print Shop 22 install disk before Print Shop 22 is installed.
32-bit version of Windows 7:
When a 'clean' install is done of Print Shop 22, exactly as described in this FAQ
Print Shop 22 should install on a 32-bit version of Windows 7, with two incidents.
1. The "Program Compatibility Assistant" in Windows 7 will display a message which says that there are compatibility issues with Print Shop 22 on Windows 7 32-bit. To continue with the installation, select "Run Program".
2. At the end of the installation, this message will be displayed
The Amyuni Document Converter mentioned in that message is the Broderbund PDF Converter. This problem can be fixed by downloading and installing the Print Shop 22 Vista patch, which can be found here
NOTE: Even though the information on that patch site says, "Note: This patch will only work for Vista 32-bit and not the Vista 64-bit operating system," I have confirmed that the patch works quite well on the 64-bit version of both Vista and Windows 7.
It should be noted, however, that when the patch fixes the problem with the Amyuni Document Converter, the Broderbund PDF Creator 3.0 will be installed - instead of the Broderbund PDF Converter, which was installed with WinXP and earlier versions of Windows. The Vista patch installs the Broderbund PDF Creator because the Broderbund PDF Converter is not compatible with either WinVista or Windows 7.
NOTE: One Windows 7 beta user has reported that his DVD drives disappeared after PS 22 was installed on Windows 7 beta 32-bit. This is a known problem with WinVista. So, it would be a very good idea to install the Vista patch BEFORE rebooting the computer.
If your DVD drives disappear after installing Print Shop 22, the only known solution is to uninstall Print Shop 22.
Try downloading Revo uninstaller (free) uninstall Adobe reader I presume we are talking just the reader, typical Adobe is very big so more to go wrong. follow the instruction, the beauty of Revo is that it uses Adobe to uninstall then it jumps in to remove Adobe leftovers in your registry, hopefully this way it will bypass "patch cannot be verified"
Download Foxit Reader it only ways in at 10Mb
I presume you checked with your IT dept?
The system requirements for Photoshop Element 6 shows to be compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista. You may want to check with Adobe to see what os Photoshop Elements 6 supports., or to see if there is a patch or update.
You might also try out the XP mode in Windows 7 to see if you can get it installed and working.
If you had Windows Vista and this was working fine, then you will have no problems at all running this software on Windows 7. If you have Windows 7 installed already, you can research via the operating system if you will have installation problems. To do this:
Go to start menu. On the search bar, type in program compatibility. This will bring up the wizard to diagnose and troubleshoot all/any software issues whether they are installed or not.