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Cannot install Photoshop 9.0.1 update on I: drive

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My Photoshop CS2 software is installed on I: drive (as all of my other programs and Windows - I: was the letter assigned to my 1st hard disk by Windows during installation of Windows XP). When I try to run the 9.0.1 update software, it tells me it can not find the Photoshop software on C: and the update will not continue, without any option to point it where it is installed.

Any way to get around this, without having to uninstall and re-install ?
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There are a number of variables that may be involved. There's no way I could cover every one, and trying them one by one would take several weeks using EE to talk back and forth.
Call Adobe Installation Support. If you are in the United States the number is 206-675-6500.
They are aware of this problem and will walk you through the procedure.

Expect a long phone wait.

David B.
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