I don't know If any of you smart people can help me out. Recently I downloaded some file joining programs onto my antiquated old Mac only to discover that one of the programs I downloaded has managed to bugger my machine right up. For some weird reason it turned my Photoshop elements icon in my tool bar into some weird file that was connected to one of these file joining pieces of software that I'd downloaded, which meant every time I tried clicking on it it wouldn't open and wouldn't recognize It as being Photoshop at all. Stupidly I panicked and binned all those file joining programs that had been on my desktop plus that corrupted Adobe icon into the bin and flushed it, and now I can't start up Elements anymore. Even though I can still see that I have an Adobe Elements folder in Applications It just won't open and my machine doesn't even seen to recognize it's there. As my old Mac is so old and broken (It's still stuck on running 10.4) it won't accept discs anymore so I can't even reinstall the original software. I have another even older 15 inch Mac which still works and which has Elements installed, but I have no means in which to get it across to the other one. Is there anyway of re installing Elements without a disc, or (as I'm suspecting) it the original restart disc or nothing? When I double click on any old adobe photoshop file it will start the program up, but I can't drag any new images into it at all. It's like the machine is no-longer recognising it's on there anymore. Heeeeeeelpppp!