it is windows 7 home premium
Your issue is with Windows 7, not Digital Editions. Your OS is set so that
only certain classes of users can install software. I'm not a Win 7 guy,
so I can't tell you what settings you should change.
i thought so too, but what if the only user option i have is the adobe required admin? no clue...
'Fireman Bob' posted this entry this morning:
"I had this same issue. The morons at Adobe tech support went back and
forth for 1/2 hour trying to solve this....!
Here's the solution: donwload the setup.exe file, goto the file and right
click on it and select "run as administrator". Problem solved."
I am passing this on but have no way to determine if it will work for you.
At this point, perhaps it's worth a try!