I don’t believe that your link suggestion was what I found on the Adobe website, but it seems to be working. Thank you so much for your help with this very frustrating matter that has gone on for almost two months now. Hopefully, I can get back to updating my neighborhood website within the nest day or so.
Since you gave me such a great lead earlier... I have downloaded the 5 files and run them in the order specified, 2 then 3 then the extras. Now when I try the number 1, It didn’t like my folder Program Files (x86) nor the standard Program Files but I did get it to install under C:/Adobe. Now I get a prompt for “insert CD 2 to continue installation” Do you have a suggestion? Thank you again.
John, you have been immense help getting Adobe GoLive 2 back on my machine and I am embarrassed to continue to ask stupid questions. Everything now appears to be operational, except, prior to my last complete system restore I always just selected “Open” “recent” and opened the website that I wanted to modify. I still have the folders with all of the page configurations but I can not figure out how to open any of them. I have asked the internet and looked at the forum pages but I do not have any idea as to what the correct extensions should be. Can you help me one more time. Thank you.
Tal_ron you may want to post your inquiry regarding the usage of GoLive to the GoLive forum at http://forums.adobe.com/community/golive/golive_general_discussion.
Thanks for all of your help! I tried your (general Discussion) link and could not find anyway to get to a place where I could ask a question about GoLive CS2 files. Also noticed that I did not have an icon for that program so went back to your initial email to retry. That is when I realized that what I had downloaded was not GoLive CS-2. After I corrected that problem and corrected the serial number, everything seems to be operational. Thank you for your help. It only takes twice for semi-stupid people.