Did you check if the applications were actually installed and were they working fine?
Have you install CS6 using creative cloud?
Which OS do you have?
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Am in the process of installing now.
Have checked Photoshop and completed one small project. worked fine, but I don't know what the optional components are supposed to be.
Actually i will ask you to try launching the installed applications one by one and check it they are working fine.
If they are working fine, you are good to go.
Agreed with Arpit, many times error code 6 (More Details (6)) is reported due to some optional component failure which may not impact you installed product any ways. In case you want to know what exactly failed please send me your installer log file form following location and I will be more than happy to help you:
>Winx86: <Root Drive>\Program files\Common files\Adobe\Installers
>Winx64: <Root Drive>\Program files (x86)\Common files\Adobe\Installers
Adobe Encore won't open missing msvcp100.dll
Adobe extension manager won't open
Flash won't open same error message as extension manager
Media encoder won't open error message below
Premier Pro won't open error below
Illustrator 64 won't open error below
Adobe indesign won't open error below
Adobe Prelude won't open error below
Dreamweaver won't open error below
Fireworks won't open error below
Speedgrade won't open error below
Acrobat x pro says it's installed but I can't find it to see if it will open
thanks for the help,
From: Vikas_CSI email@example.com
Sent: Saturday, May 12, 2012 5:33 AM
Re: Installing from Cloud error message
Do I uninstall and reinstall or what? I don't believe you shoud have this much trouble upgrading. I need to be working not redoing all day.
MSVCP 100.dll is Microsoft C runtime Library file, please check whether you have installed Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package.
If you have installed, repair it and try to install the product.
I tried to install and get error message "this installation is forbidden by system policy. Contact your system administrator."
I am running windows 7 64 bit 16 mb ram. Single desktop computer. How do I change the system policy.
Try changing User Account Control settings. Set it as Low ( never Notify) and try to install the product.
If you face any further issues, please refer to this below link.
Check if this works.
That worked and I have been able to open all downloaded Adobe cs6 programs.
Thank you for your help. Maybe there should be a not on the download page that you have to have MS Visual C+ 2010.