I have been trying to sign in to use Adobe Media player recently but each time I get the same silly message.
Below is the usaul EULA and the click box below that.
However before you can click on theat another box comes up
"We're sorry your request cannot be completed at this time. Please try again in a moment."
I Click ok try and click on the agreement and then continue. Then go to sign in and the whole stupid pop-ups start again.
Uninstalling removing all data folders and registry entries on the system and reinstalling doesn't chnge things.
Even trying to register with a different Adobe ID doesn't help.
I am assuming that without the sign in completed, the player is pretty useless as the supposed tutorial does not exist and the categories links are effectively greyed out.
Any ideas, or is this a useless tool Adobe have given away free because it doesn't work?
I don't see an answer to your question anywhere. Did you ever find out what the problem was, and/or how to fix it? I'm having the same issue - getting that same message over and over. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Actually, I just noticed another thing that may possibly be related. When I'm in my apps (Ai, Ps, etc) I can't get CS Live open. When I click it (in the top right corner of the app), nothing happens. The rest of the program is fine, but clicking on Live - nothing. It seems like it could be related in some way to the other issue. Thoughts? Ideas? Suggestions? Thanks!
It looks like no one at Adobe, or in fact, the world, knows what is going on with this issue. I can sign in fine with CS Live, however, I too am stuck with a useless Adobe Media Player for accessing Adobe content.
Maybe a registry clean is in order, taking out all the Adobe Media Player references, then reinstalling.
It is a shame no one knows what is going on - other posts on this topic have been around for many months with no hint or a reply from Adobe or a possible solution.
If you try hovering your mouse over cslive on the bar it should eventually just produce a drop down menu. It may take a couple of seconds, just depends on the program and the load on your system.
Hope that helps. As for the rest as you can see no help from Adobe. There's a surprise!
As you will see from my original posting I have done all you have
thought of including a removal of all references to the Player in
Registry and in App Data. Still Nothing Doing.
I will confess to giving up on this program and putting it down to "Adobe rubbish designed Friday afternoon software".
My comments on cslive were as a result to BenGrefs query on other Adobe
products accessing cslive.
To get beyond the front (useless) screen of AMP you have to sign in. That is
the rub. Most people having signed in get that stupid non contact non
Personally I wouldn't bother with program.
You can however get to CSlive by going through one of the Adobe suite
programs you have on your system. Assuming you are indeed using Adobe
products and have signed up for CS live. (which is free)