Has anyone tried repairing the MSI for Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0? Does it work? I am having issues with the repair. If anyone knows a fix (apart from re-snaping it from the scratch), please post a reply. It will be very much appreciated.
I have tried the below options so far:
1. Installed the vendor provided MSI and tried to repair it from the command line but a window pops up with the text "Error" (no message or eror code). Please note! There is no repair option in Add/Remove program for this application.
2. Created a transform based on the vendor MSI, but got the same error as above.
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How did you initiate the repair through the command line?
If you remove the ARPNOREPAIR property the Repair button should show up in Add/Remove Programs.
Answered 09/11/2006 by: AngelD
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I initiated the repair from the command line using msiexec /f switch. Repair is also available from the right click of the msi. But both producing the same error. Not sure if there is a bug in vendor's msi that's causing this error. Hence I wanted to check if anyone out there has tried repairing Adobe Photoshop Elements 4.0 and if that works.

I have also checked the property table for this msi but ARPNOREPAIR property doesn't exist.
Answered 09/12/2006 by: mqhusain
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