I have Creative Suite 2 Premium for Mac and have tried to install it and have been directed to http://www.adobe.com/downloads/cs2_downloads/ to download a version that will work. According to the install PDF there should be 7 files to download, I can only see 5. There appear to be 2 files missing for the premium version where can I find these please? I've been sent to the forums by a member of the Adobe live chat team.
According to the install PDF there should be 7 files to download
That PDF is dated June 2005. I assume it has not been updated for the re-packaged non-activation CS2 downloads, which were made available in Dec 2012.
Try downloading and installing what's there and see if anything's missing once you've finished installing.
Or have you already done that? If so, can you be specific about what is definitely missing and we'll try lobbying Adobe to fill in the gaps.
Please also see http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1195856 for additional information regarding downloading and installing the software.
Bob I would also recommend you check that you have an old enough Macintosh computer to meet the system requirements for CS2. Creative Suite 2 will not install and function on recent Macintosh systems due to hardware and emulation choices made by Apple.
Hello thank you for the replies, I'm installing on a PowerBook G4. The download of Creative Suite installs Adobe Illustrator CS2, Adobe InDesign CS2, Adobe Photoshop CS2, Adobe ImageReady CS2 and Adobe Version Cue CS2. From reading elsewhere, Acrobat 7.0 has to be installed from the Creative Suite disc.
From Creative Suite 2 Premium I'm missing Adobe GoLive CS2 and some of the extra resources.
Is it just a case of downloading GoLive as a separate entity? How do I get the extra resources please?
Sorry for the late reply, the installer does not indicate that it is premium, it just says Creative Suite 2. It then says it will only install Adobe Illustrator CS2, Adobe InDesign CS2, Adobe Photoshop CS2, Adobe ImageReady CS2 and Adobe Version Cue CS2 which indicates that it is Standard.
James I have submitted a request for a member of our support team to contact you. They will contact you at the gmail address under your account. It does not look like you have a phone number listed so I would recommend updating your account information with a phone number which can be utilized to contact you. You can update your account information at http://www.adobe.com/.