I've just installed the trial version of Indesign CS6.
It tells me that its installed sucessfully.
However, when i try to launch it, i unable to.
I get the following two error messages.
Then a windows error report.
Cannot load the DynamicDocuments. Rpln plug in. It is dependent on the Trasnparency.rpln plug-in, which failed to load. Please check documentation for the Transparency.rpln plug in.
Cannot load the SVG Export.apln plug-in. It is dependent on the Trasnparency.rpln plug-in, which failed to load. Please check documentation for the Transparency.rpln plug in.
It may well be that my laptop too crap to run it!
i do have spare hard drvie memory, but my os is 32 bit...so does that mean i can't use it?
Also I have a Celeron M processor rather than Intel Pentium
And I only have 448 MB of RAM rather than the recommended 1GB
It would still be good to know what the source of the error message is, e.g. if its the RAM then i can easily get that sorted
Here's a link to the system requirements: http://www.adobe.com/products/creativesuite/designstandard/tech-specs. html
In theory, the installer should have checked your system before running and told you that your system did not meet the requirements, so it's a bit odd that it both installed and reported success as it seems pretty clear that either the install dis not complete correctly or it has become corrupt after.
I have the same problem but my system is very up to date, and it only happened recently, just after I finished producing a book. What is it? A virus? or corruption? if it is indeed a file that is corrupted, then how come it's not available on Adobe website?
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