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Creator 2009 Ultimate to Creator 2010 Pro


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I purchased Creator 2010 Pro last September and never upgraded my Creator 2009 Ultimate. My desktop is described in my sig block.

 

I'm sure there must be a link describing the cleanest install path that results in the least glitches - can anyone point me to it?

 

Thanks for your help,

 

Brian

 

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Thanks Sknis - you're an excellent source as always!

 

I'm presuming that it's best to uninstall Creator 2009 Ultimate first, and then install Creator 2010 Pro - do you agree?

 

I recall there being special methods for the cleanest uninstall in previous versions - how best to uninstall 2009 if you recommend it?

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Thanks Sknis - you're an excellent source as always!

 

I'm presuming that it's best to uninstall Creator 2009 Ultimate first, and then install Creator 2010 Pro - do you agree?

 

I recall there being special methods for the cleanest uninstall in previous versions - how best to uninstall 2009 if you recommend it?

 

That's up to you; I did.

 

Try uninstalling it with Revo Uninstaller in the MOderate Mode. It will use the program uninstaller and then scan the registry for safe to remove registry entries.

 

Or you could do it this way.

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That's up to you; I did.

 

Try uninstalling it with Revo Uninstaller in the MOderate Mode. It will use the program uninstaller and then scan the registry for safe to remove registry entries.

 

Or you could do it this way.

 

Thanks again Sknis - though I don't know what the Revo Uninstaller is.

 

I'll go ahead with the Complete Uninstaller link you provided and come back to you later if it doesn't work well.

 

That's up to you; I did.

 

Try uninstalling it with Revo Uninstaller in the MOderate Mode. It will use the program uninstaller and then scan the registry for safe to remove registry entries.

 

Or you could do it this way.

 

Thanks again Sknis - though I don't know what the Revo Uninstaller is.

 

I'll go ahead with the Complete Uninstaller link you provided and come back to you later if it doesn't work well.

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