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Need to repair, reinstall Win7Pro, I messed with Adobe files

by andie0627 / April 17, 2011 11:44 AM PDT

32 bit. I was trying to tidy my Adobe files in Program Files, messed up my Win.7Pro computer... I can't get anything Adobe back in, plus I think I deleted a bunch of files the week before and I have programs that can't find associations. Also, even after reinstalling my HP Printer, I still can't get the scan to work. There does not seem to be a 'repair' on the disc and I'm scared to reinstall and loose everything. I do have a brain injury and don't want to mess anything up further (like lose my files which include ALL my son's wedding pictures...)

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Andie - did you try System Restore?
by michhala / April 17, 2011 3:46 PM PDT

If the pictures are in Adobe Photoshop albums, you can call Adobe for help in maintaining their safety. To be on the safe side, can you make a backup to a CD/DVD, or an external drive/flash drive of the files you are concerned about?

Miki

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(NT) Thank you for good advice! I backed up pics and reinstalled!
by andie0627 / April 18, 2011 5:45 AM PDT
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(NT) Most welcome, Andie....happy I could help :)
by michhala / April 18, 2011 5:59 AM PDT
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