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      06-22-2003, 09:32 PM
Do you check messages in any other groups.
I'd like to Ask your input on some other HEX related things.

Thanks in advance.



On Wed, 18 Jun 2003 10:50:33 -0400, keith wrote:

>You may experience an error when trying to run the Adobe Photoshop
>7.01 upgrade. It may say that it can't find "Adobe Photoshop 7.0".
>
>If you post the problem here you will be ridiculed, tarred & feathered
>and told to "See the FAQ". Out of all my friends, family, and
>co-workers - I don't know anyone that has all paid for software on
>their PC, but amazingly - here, they all do.
>
>Anyway, here is the simple workaround (perhaps this could be added to
>the FAQ ??) :
>
>1) go to http://www.chmaas.handshake.de/ and download the "Free Hex
>Editor XVI32" and install it
>
>2) install WinZip (if you haven't already) and make sure the shortcut
>icon is on your desktop
>
>3) open Windows Explorer and drag the 7.01 upgrade file "ps701up.exe"
>to the WinZip icon
>
>4) WinZip opens - click "Extract" and save the files
>
>5) yYou'll see a file called setup.ins - older 7.01 upgrade files
>had the file "setup.inf" but they have since changed the name
>
>6) start run the Hex editor, and open the file "setup.ins"
>
>7) click "Search/Replace" and replace "1045" with "4510" - click
>"Replace All" - it will find and replace about 50 instances of that
>string
>
>8) click File/Save and then run "setup.exe" from the extracted files
>- DO NOT RUN THE ORIGINAL 7.01 upgrade file "ps701up.exe""
>
>Viola - you are now upgraded !!!


 
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