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#1 ARGMAN

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Posted 02 June 2013 - 09:02 AM

Hi

 

to begin with, I had a series of windows 7 crashes, strange mouse responses and many other bug stuff.. so I have decided to do some maintenance with my PC, and as part of it, I started to clean up registry and stuff,, NOW I am removing any useless software from my PC.

 

two programs are balance that I need your advice to me.

 

helpful pictures: http://imageupper.com/g/?S020001003K13701813621739101

 

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Photoshop

 

apparently when I asked the PC shop guy to install the photoshop for me, he installed both CS3 and CS5, so I just wanna make sure, did he do that because one of them has many bugs/issues and want to save me a back-up? or because he forgot that he installed one of them?

 

because the cs3 shows that it is a "web premium" not "master collection" (see the pictures)

 

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i have (ATI radeon HD 5450) VGA,

 

and as you can see from the picture, two items in the "add/remove" are dedicated for the card, which one is useless and which one is -at least- usable or useful in the future?

 

thanks in advance!

 

 

 



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#2 ARGMAN

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Posted 03 June 2013 - 09:05 AM

any luck?



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Posted 03 June 2013 - 09:23 PM

Is this computer a custom built or branded desktop? What crashes and is it particular to hardware of software? Only one legit photoshop software should remain installed in my opinion. Was the OS reinstalled? Do you still experience the old crashes?

 

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