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Deleted Program Files By Accident, Now How Do I Re-Un-install It?


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This pc has two hard drives and I was cleaning (deleting unwanted files) on the secondary one which only contains data files. Than to my surprise I launched Adobe Photoshop CS2 a day later only to find it looking for missing files (as in it won't even launch). It than occurred to me that there was an ''Adobe'' folder I deleted by accident. :)

I can't believe I made such a beginner mistake but I haven't met anyone that installs programs on a secondary drive in ages. Don't really need the darn program anymore. I had defragmented the hdd a few times after that. Don't know if that matters.

Is there a way for me to uninstall this program now?

Or get the files back?


I rather go the easy route, whichever is better.

SILLY ME :unsure:

Edited by superstar, 20 May 2011 - 11:34 PM.

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Is there a way for me to uninstall this program now?

What have you tried so far, have you checked the recycle bin to see if there are any adobe files there which could be re-installed for example.
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Nothing, I had emptied the recycle bin too.
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Is there a way for me to uninstall this program now?

This should do http://www.revounins...e_download.html

Or get the files back?

Reinstalling the whole program is the only option if you are unaware
what files are missing, it is also far easier.
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