I have CS5 and CS5.5 Master Collection running on my PC (Win7 64bit SP1, Intel Core i7 2.67ghz, 24 gig RAM) and I've just taken ownership of the CS6 upgrade. When I loaded MC CS5.5 I had a bunch of errors, which turned out to be related to the update not needing to replace certain existing components of CS 5.
Should I just insert the disk and run or is there anything I should do to prepare this time? Any advice is welcome. I'd like to avoid uninstalling the previous versions but if that's the advice, I'll run with it.
Hi, I've installed CS6 and all the programes open at least. The only issue I had was on the launch screen with the list of products to install, Flash Builder wouldn't allow a check mark because it said "there was a conflicting version of Flash Builder on the PC", which must be removed. I'm not sure how I do that without uninstalling both CS5 & 5.5 (or if I should really worry about that for the moment?
If you need the flash builder and is very important for you then ,
Go to control panel and Uinstall CS5.5 , when you start the uninstall the screen with all the product name will come up , just check flash builder and uncheck everything , It would remove just flash builder.
But forget it f you dont need it or doesn't use it.