Didn't see anthing in the list there that looks like Adobe products or an antivirus, so I don't think the list is complete.
That said, I'd run MSconfig and do a diagnostic startup truning off all things Nero to start.
I have created a screenshot of installed programs, however the antivirus is microsoft security essential
If I can create the list with another programs or methods, tell me how
I have also disabled a service of nero, but i don't think that is the problem because I have also tried windows selective startup and it not solve the problem
Thank you for support
It's hard to know where the problem is. I would probably run the Cleaner tool to remove all traces of CS6 (CS Cleaner Tool for installation problems | CCM, CS6, CS5.5, CS5, CS4, CS3), then do a "clean boot" (How to perform a clean boot to troubleshoot a problem in Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista) before running the installer again (and turn off the A\V yourself if it it's running as a Microsoft service). While still in the clean boot mode, run ID and see if it launches error-free, then add back programs and services one at a time or in small groups, testing as you go.
I still run IDCS6 only on a testbed machine, and have hardly used it. However, at one point -- I think following an update -- Adobe Application Manager started reporting errors. The solution for me was to install its replacement, re-named the Adobe Creative Cloud application. I found the CC off-putting, and checked the CC FAQ, which confirms there is a class of free membership. It seems that one of the Photoshop CS6 upgrades is only available only via the upgraded ACC, so I wouldn't be surprised if that also holds for whatever updates may be in store for perpetual-license IDCS6.
Thanks Peter and David for answers.
I have installed Indesign with clean installation (nero programs and services permanently removed from startup), then I have updated Application Manager to Creative Cloud.
Indesign has not crashed, so I have decided to update it to 8.0.1 but Creative Cloud didn't show any updates and manual install caused error.
Now I have reinstalled Indesign with setup downloaded from Adobe site: i will test it (but i'm a bit pessimist) and i will report if the problem will solve or not.