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I have a (genuine) 5 user license of Adobe CS2 and have run all the updates successfully except the Photoshop 9.0.1 update. I get the message "Please choose the copy of Adobe photoshop CS2 to update" but the application is greyed out in the window and cannot be chosen. It is installed in the default folder. It's happening on all 5 copies.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Mat

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This is a known issue with Adobe and happens from time to time. You can make a free call to Adobe customer service. They will verify your license and talk you through the installation.

Very quick, very easy.
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Thanks D, I'll givethem a call.
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