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I recently tried to uninstall Adobe Premiere, and the setup quit halfway through the installation, saying an error occured and setup.exe needed to quit. I then tried to use the Add/Remove Programs to uninstall Premiere, but it says DeIsl1.isu cannot be found and uninstallation cannot be completed.

I know there are traces of this program in my registry and I want to get rid of them. Help!!
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Try re-installing Adobe Premiere to see if it will repair its uninstall program. Then uninstall using Add/Remove Programs utility in Control Panel or if it has a shortcut to the uninstall that it should have repaired, use it.

Manually :
You probably still have a lot of Adobe still in its folders after a partial uninstall so do a search of your HD using Adobe as a keyword. Delete, carefully, the folder(s) and files found. You're going to miss some files I'm sure.

If you get the uninstalled repaired, use a registry cleaner to remove traces from your registry. Make a backup of your registry before you delete any registry information.

Manually :
Open regedit and do a a search with keywords related to Adobe Premiere and delete what you find. Don't forget to backup the registry.

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