I have CS5 running on Windows 7 along with Adobe Application Manager, and I've ben notified and installed software updates fine for the last 18 months. But a few days ago the Adobe Application Manager notified me of an update and every time I try and install the update it give me the following error after the patch is downloaded "There was an error updating. Please quit and try again later. Error Code: U43M1D207."
I have attempted the update multiple times even after rebooting the system. It seems to me like it is an update to Adobe Application Manager itself.
If not can I delete this app so I can get rid of the annoying icon on the task bar telling me I have an update avialble which I can't implement?
Thanks for any help.
I installed the new version of the Adobe Application Manager based on the threads you gave me, but now it asking me to download all the CS6 apps which I don't own or want.
The icon is still depressing me on the task bat telling me to install apps I don't own. Can I get back to the CS5 version?
I went into preferences for the application manager and saw it had both CS5 and CS6 products listed and so I just unchecked all the CS6 products and it said no updates available and the icon went away. I also see in preferences you have the option of turning off the icon in the system tray if you don't want to be told of updates.
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