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This filename is correct and the file is on the server... I just verified
this by downloading it myself from that location. You might have a firewall
or network blocking issue that's preventing files from being retrieved from
the site. Are you inside a company network? Check with your IT department.
You might also have security settings in IE set to prevent downloads from
some sites. Check IE settings and make sure that
http://download.macromedia.com/ is a trusted location. Also make sure that
http://www.adobe.com is a trusted location. You might be able to revert
these settings after running the test file depending on how your Authorware
content is set up.
If you are seeing a progress bar in the middle of the page that says
'initializing' or 'loading files' then the installation of the Authorware
web player is complete. You can skip the test movie on the Adobe site and
try running the Authorware content. The Authorware content can be set up so
that it does not use the Adobe site for xtras, following the initial
installation. The the following technote for details.
Adobe Community Expert
mike-baker at cox dot net
"abzinthe" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hello I am having issues installing Authorware Web Player. SNIP
> "Error downloading content file. Internal Error: Time out
> If I keep the screen up eventually I will get about 30 other pop ups ...
We are also seeing the "Error downloading content file. Internal Error: Time out. http://download.macromedia.com/pub/authorware/authorware_player/webplr08/win/xtras/..." When I click on the http://download.macromedia.com/ link you provided below, I get the 404 Not Found error in IE7.
Wondering how we resolve this.
this problem was driving me crazy.
I just changed the proxy and it's working now perfectly.