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Hi there,

I have a new imac os x - and have come from using Windows. I installed CS2 on my imac but it didn't install properly and only the tools around the outside of the window were visible, the place where you do stuff didn't come up on the screen.

I decided to uninstall it and reinstall, but have got in a bit of a mess!

I followed instructions and moved stuff to the trash, but I couldn't find all the files listed, and I admit to putting a few in the trash myself that I thought had to be to do with CS2. Here is where I got a bit concerned so I didn't empty the trash. I then decided to restore everything and start again but some things I can't find where they belong as they aren't on the list.
So, some is restored, some isn't.
As yet, I don't have time machine but that's something I must do.

Folders I can't restore as I don't know where they go:
Adobe 09-11-50
Adobe 09-16-10
Adobe 09-45-54
Adobe Camera Raw
Abobe 10-03-02
bridge1
com.adobe.AdobeUpatesInataller.InDesign
Opera Preferences 09-23-34
photoshop9-en_US-LIC

Files:
com.adobe.Acrobat.Unintaller,plist

Please could you give me any advice on what I should do?
Many many thanks. I love this new machine and don't want to mess it up!
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@Ester N.

Moved your post to the appropriate forum where you are more likely to get an answer to your questions.
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So sorry. I thought i had put it in the right category, but I see I didn't, that was accidental.
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