I'm having a dialog box pop-up showing "There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive D:" whenever I try to open any of the CS5 applications. This occurs most often with Photoshop and Acrobat. If I click "Cancel" several dozen times the dialog box will go away and I can proceed to using the programs.
This only happens when I use an Adobe product.
Any ideas how I can correct this problem?
Your software was never properly installed and the programs are attempting to run a "post-install install". This can happen when you serialize trial versions and additional components become avialable that were not included in the trial due to licensing restrictions. The simpel answer is: Insert that disk, run as admin and let it do its thing. Otehrwise consider using the Creative Suite Cleaner Tool and starting over.
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