Whoops! Where's Adobe Gamma gone??

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Barrie Davis
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Whoops! Where's Adobe Gamma gone??
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I hope someone can help me??

My image editor of principle use is now Adobe's Photoshop CS, but until recently I still had Elements 1 on my system, a hangover from an earlier time.

To make room on the HD I removed Elements about two weeks ago... and now I cannot find Adobe Gamma in my Control Panels. Presumably de-installing Elements has removed it from the system.

Is there any way I can get it back, WITHOUT re-installing the whole of Elements?

I am also particularly unkeen to re-install PS CS, and get Adobe Gamma back that way, because of the irksome (infernal?) activation issue.

Any help would be appreciated.

Regards,
Baz

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JJMacks
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Re: Whoops! Where's Adobe Gamma gone??

Barrie

It is most likely still on your system but when you un-installed elements a registry entry was removed. Look for "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Calibration\Adobe Gamma.cpl"you can start it from there you should also see the loader in that directory. Had a Problem like this when I un-installed PS 7. The un-install also broke PS CS droplet function. I had to re-install PS 7 and PS CS and wipe out PS 7 without un-installing it to get everything working again.
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Barrie Davis
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Such prompt and accurate help...

JJMacks wrote:

Barrie
It is most likely still on your system but when you un-installed
elements a registry entry was removed. Look for "C:\Program
Files\Common Files\Adobe\Calibration\Adobe Gamma.cpl"you can start
it from there you should also see the loader in that directory. Had
a Problem like this when I un-installed PS 7. The un-install also
broke PS CS droplet function. I had to re-install PS 7 and PS CS
and wipe out PS 7 without un-installing it to get everything
working again.
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JJMack

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Thanks JJ,

You are quite right, and I went straight to it. Ta muchly!

Hmmm... It aint exactly 'slick' but it is workable......

Thanks again for your kind attention.

Regards,
Baz

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