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omegaF

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whenever i try to install adobe premeire it stops a quarter way of installing progresss and says that it can not be installed due to a previous premiere being on the computer.
Im sure i deleted the old premeire a long time ago.....and it didnt work properly when i did have it...im pretty sure i uninstalled it too.
What can i do to make my computer forget the old so i can put in the new?
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Johanna

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Check to make sure the older version is removed from the Add-Remove tab in the Control Panel.

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Yeah its not on the add/remove tab.
Thanks though.
Anyone else....any pointers?

Edited by omegaF, 03 September 2005 - 01:51 AM.

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[bleep]....:tazz:
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Download a free trial version of Your Uninstaller! 2004 here. Run the program and check its menu of the programs installed on your PC to make sure that your previous Adobe download isn't listed there. If it is - uninstall it.

Next, go here to download a trial copy of WinASO Registry Optimizer. Scan your PC for any obsolete entries that might have been left behind by your previous version of Premiere. Note - the trial version of WinASO only allows you to fix up to ten errors at one go, so most likely you'll have to do the whole process a good many times before the scans finally start coming up clean. You can also choose to optimize your system, although this most probably won't be affecting your installation of Premiere.

Reboot your PC.

Attempt another installation of Adobe Premiere.

If the above two steps don't cut it for you, try the free tool CCleaner, download available from here. Once installation is complete, run the program and click on Issues on the left-hand tab. Make sure all of the little checkboxes have been ticked, then press scan for issues. Allow the software to fix all of the detected issues. Reboot your computer, then try to install Premiere again.

Edited by cassykins, 06 September 2005 - 04:39 AM.

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You may have enties in the registry that need to be removed. Be careful in the registry.
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Alright kool. thats alot of response! :tazz:
Ill try that stuff and get back at yall when i get around to that stuff^.
thanks
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Well...after all that help...i still cant seem to install premeire.....still says theres an error.
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what version is your new premiere?, what was the previous version?, what OS do you have?
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the version i am trying to install is 7.0....wat the other version was i have no idea....im running XP.


"an error(-50003 : 0x8004ace8) has occured while running the setup.

please make sure you have finished any previous setup and closed other applications. If the error still occurs, please contact your vendor: Adobe Systems,Inc.."

This is what it tells me when i try to install.
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send that message to adobe, they will know whats going on. ww.adobe.com look for premiere pro support.
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i posted in their forum...lets see if i get a solid reply that will help this.
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i posted in their forum...lets see if i get a solid reply that will help this.
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Here's the fix.

Under Program Files\Common Files is a folder called Installshield.

Rename this to Installshieldold

Run Setup again.

Should install just fine now.

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