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    Photosuite 4 Works With Windows 10

    It worked fine! I just allowed the installation exe to choose where to install PS4 (program files x86), didn’t force it to install in the new “software” folder. Incredible! Thanks to Rob C and his single posting herein!
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    Photosuite 4 Works With Windows 10

    I'll try it tomorrow!
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    Cpscommontools.dll Was Not Found

    Apologies for the delay in responding. I gave up completely on Photosuite 7. Still using PS 4.0 which is a really great program. I'll install it on my new laptop that's running windows 10. I'll follow the recommendation in the Rob C.'s post and provide feedback thereto.
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    Photosuite 4 Works With Windows 10

    Thanks very much. I 've been using PS 4.0 on a Compaq running Windows XP but now I want to use it on a laptop running Windows 10. If I understand correctly ,I first have to create a folder named Software on the c: drive, then create a shortcut to that folder on the desktop, and finally install as usual with the PS 4.0 CD? And will I have to run it in a compatibility mode?
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    Cpscommontools.dll Was Not Found

    I had Malwarebytes but no antivirus. I couldn't get MSE, so I got AVG anti-virus. Combofix was supposed to enable Malwarebytes to work alongside AVG. I looked at the link but it is beyond my understanding.
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    Cpscommontools.dll Was Not Found

    I wanted just Photosuite 7 Platinum but it came with Easy Media Creator, which I never used. I have an older version of Photosuite (4.0 standard) which I still use because some of the features it has were removed in the "new and improved" version. But 4.0 standard doesn't have the photostitching feature so I wanted to see if Photosuite 7 could do it. System restore isn't working now for some reason. The installer for 7.0 is still on my c drive so I tried to reinstall it but it asks for the CD key which I can't find. I have Windows XP home edition 2002 SP3. I found a version of CPSCommontools.dll in another folder, the one for MGI Photosuite 4.0. I have combofix; is that a registry cleaner?
  7. I can't launch the program PhotoSuite 7.0 because CPSCommonTools was not found. I read previous posts in here but these were not helpful. When I bought the program, it worked. Now I can't recall whether it was a CD that was mailed to me or rather an internet download. In either case I can't locate a CD for it nor do I have email records that go back that far. How can I get the program to work again, where can I get this missing dll?