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adobe photoshop won't reinstall


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Hi, I'm having problems reinstalling my photoshop. I took it off as it was quiting everytime i hit 'save'. I uninstalled it by binning the folders and files. Now i can't reinstall. The installer quits with an error 0x0001?

Also, I have a copy aswell that is for pc, can i run windows alongside mac without it messing with my other programs, like logic?


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Your post was moved to the correct forum. It does not belong in the "Running Windows......" forum.

As for Photoshop, if you have the original Adobe disks and serial number you should be able to reinstall if you have correctly uninstalled the previous copy. Make sure you uninstalled it according to Adobe directions.

If you also have the PC version, you can run it from Windows either by installing Windows via Boot Camp or using VM software. It will not interfere with the Mac version.
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thanx will try that
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