Made a big mistake
In an effort to retrieve my old Home Studio projects, I installed Home Studio 9 On My Asus laptop running Windows 10. The installation seemed to go well, but when I attempted to run the program, it will not proceed past the opening screen, while the cursor spins in circles. The only way to get it to stop is to open the Task Manager and end the task. I tried uninstalling the program, using both the Calkwalk uninstall icon and then using the Windows Control Panel uninstall. Either way, it begins to open the uninstall function, then I get this message: Unable to locate the installation log file C:\Program Files (86x)\Cakewalk\Cakewalk Home Studio 9\Uninst.isu. I've looked in those folders and Uninst.isu is not there. I can't get the Home Studio 9 off of my computer. I even tried to manually delete the files from the computer, but then I get the message that another program is accessing the folder and it cannot be deleted. I know that this is a stupid problem from from an ancient version of Cakewalk, but can anybody help with out with some suggestions?