I'm tried 4 times now to install Flash Professional CS6 using the Adobe Application Manager, which I downloaded from Creative Cloud. Every time I click "install", the progress bar gets to the end and then it says "Installation Failed". When I look at the details it reads: "The download appears corrupted. Press Cancel, wait a few minutes and try again (-60)". So I click cancel and try again and same thing happens.
I'm on Mac OS X 10.7.4.
Guys seriously, every time I get stoked about a new Adobe product I'm usually let down by endless bugs and the hacks and hoops I have to jump through to get around them. Not a good start for Creative Cloud.
Can somebody from Adobe tell me what I need to do to install Flash Pro CS6?
In the end I had to download a trial just so I could get it working. Even though I was paying a monthly fee for Creative Cloud. Huge fail there. Later on, when I bought my new Macbook Air, everything worked fine with Creative Cloud, and I could download apps no problem. It probably had something to do with the fact that I had CS5.5 installed previously ..?.. though I will never really know. Maybe if you try removing all or even some of your old Adobe products and start fresh you might have better luck.
Oh Adobe, you are ever the disappointment.
Good luck Steve!