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Adobe Muse

Dec 5, 2012 10:25 AM

Tags: #adobe #muse

I have been trying to get Adobe Muse on My Mac Pro running Mountain Lion for the past 2 weeks without any success.  I have spent many hours in the chat room and on the telephone with Customer Services (mainly Anshul and his colleage) without any solution.  Each time I am directed to download a new new file I get the same message telling me that there is an error in the file and that I should get a new one from the author. 

I would like to know why I keep getting erroneous file from Adobe site?

 
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    Dec 6, 2012 9:54 AM   in reply to zilwa

    The error is erroneous. To resolve the issue all prior versions of Muse on your computer need to be completely removed and the trash emptied prior to installing a new version. If you have a utility in Applications:Utilities:Adobe Installer named "Uninstall Adobe Muse" run it. Then use search in the Finder to search for any copies of Adobe Muse that may have been accidentally moved to locations other than Applications and delete them. Empty the trash. And install using any of the installers previously downloaded. (The downloaded bits are fine. The error message is incorrect. It's caused by a mismatch in the Digital Signatures used to sign the old build that's somewhere on your machine and the new version you're attempting to install. For reasons I won't go into the detail of, the change in digital signatures was necessary. For those that regularly updated to every new version this error does not occur. It occurs when jumping from a relatively old build to a current build without first removing the old build.)

     

    If you need further assistance with Adobe Muse. I recommend posting in the Muse forum <http://forums.adobe.com/community/muse> where there are community members, support team members and development team members active and familiar with questions and problems related to Muse. I'm sorry to hear about the challenges around resolving this install issue. Hopefully the information above will get Muse up and running for you. I'll followup with support to verify the group you were in contact with are aware of this information.

    Thanks,

    - Zak

     

    Zak Williamson

    Principal Scientist

    Adobe Muse

     
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    Dec 7, 2012 7:50 AM   in reply to zilwa

    zilwa, are you on Mac on Windows?

     

    What's the error message you're receiving?

     

    If you're on the Mac, run Console. At the bottom of the log search for Adobe Muse. If you're getting a mis-configured installer error message, then AIR is finding another copy of Adobe Muse somewhere on your computer or a drive connected to your computer. The Console log should contain an error message that indicates the path to where the other copy was found. It needs to be removed in order for the current version to install without error.

     

    If you're on the Mac and are getting a mis-configured installer error but don't see an error message with the path to an already installed Adobe Muse, then please use "Save A Copy As" in the Console app to save your Console log and send it to me at muse-support@adobe.com. (Please include a link to this thread.)

     
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    Dec 7, 2012 9:27 AM   in reply to zilwa

    Please uninstall Adobe AIR from your system and then re-install the latest version using the link, http://get.adobe.com/air/ and then try to re-install Muse and let me know if that helps.

     

    - Abhishek Maurya

     
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