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vyki

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Okay, for some reason when I try to open up paint shop pro 8 I get a .dll error. It says "gear12d.dll file appears to be corrupt." I've tried googling the problem, searching this forum and a few others, no luck. I downloaded regseeker and that didn't work either.
I would just reinstall it, but it won't uninstall. Ashampoo doesn't even recognize Paint Shop Pro 8.

Then I went and tried to download the evaluation version on PSP9 and it worked once and now it won't open up at all.
Anyone have any suggestions as to what I should do?

btw, my OS is Windows 98.
 

vyki

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version 9 does...
what i'm really wanting to do is uninstall version 8.. but it's not happening... I'm gonna try reinstalling 9 after that.
 

vyki

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I saw that already. the only problem is.. you have to pay for it. I'm broke:-/
It just won't uninstall.. It's not in add/remove, ashampoo doesn't recognize it. I guess I could manually delete it but I figured there might be an easier way.
 
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What happens when you try and resintall 8 overtop itself? Seems you should be able to do that then do the uninstall no? Version 9 is still beta isin't it? I think I read on the PSP forums once you should only have one version at a time installed so mabye that's what's causing it but I dont' know that for sure.
 
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