I'm having a dialog box pop-up showing "There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive D:" whenever I try to open any of the CS5 applications. This occurs most often with Photoshop and Acrobat. If I click "Cancel" several dozen times the dialog box will go away and I can proceed to using the programs.
This only happens when I use an Adobe product.
Any ideas how I can correct this problem?
Your software was never properly installed and the programs are attempting to run a "post-install install". This can happen when you serialize trial versions and additional components become avialable that were not included in the trial due to licensing restrictions. The simpel answer is: Insert that disk, run as admin and let it do its thing. Otehrwise consider using the Creative Suite Cleaner Tool and starting over.
Thanks for the heads up Mylenium. I'll give it a try.