I have downloaded a Trial version of PS CS6 and it works fine but I can't get Bridge 64 bit or 32 bit to start. There are no error messages it just does nothing. I have run a update also and that didn't fix anything.
If I try to run it as Administrator the cursor turns to a rotating icon like something is loading and then it stops and that is it.
CS6 Adobe Bridge downloaded from the AdobeCloud hasn't worked at all. I have however got Adobe CS2 which was working and still was but I just removed it to see if it was interfering with CS6 but it didn't resolve anything.
How do I uninstall Bridge, there is no uninstall function that I can find anywhere?
Do you have CS5 running in the background? Open Task Manager applications tab and look for Bridge.exe. Only one verion of Bridge can run at any one time.
Also, there is a conflict with CS2 and CS6. Will have to look back in questions to see if just uninstalling it will solve problem.
Bridge is part of PS so can not be unistalled seperately.
Look at this thread for the CS2 problem, especially post #13 and below. http://forums.adobe.com/message/4854537#4854537?tstart=0#4854537
Sorry but none of that seemed to apply to my situation. I am beginning to think I may have to uninstall the whole CS2 Creative suite to get it totally out of the way, and then see if Bridge CS6 will start. I am just trying out the CS6 Applications from the Cloud to see if that is the way I want to go. If I can get it working okay I will just have the CS6 Cloud products running and I wont need the CS2 suite. If that doesn't fix it I may then uninstall the PS CS6 and reinstall it and see if that does anything, but I am not sure that will uninstall the Bridge as it didn't when I uninstalled PS CS2. I would have thought there was a way to uninstall Bridge CS6.
So this did not apply? Remember AppData is a hidden file.
I finally got it to launch via instructions from another web page. In my case, I am running Win 7 Professional 64-bit and previously loaded Photoshop and Bridge versions CS2 (along with Illustrator and InDesign CS2), which might have been part of the problem. The solution for me was to create an empty "Bridge CS2" folder in the C:\Users\[your user name]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\. Worked like a charm.