Probably permissions on the Adobe folders in <User>\AppData\Roaming\ and <User>\AppData\Local\
Make sure both the user and System have full control including to subfolders, or copy the folders from an account where it works (copy the folders and replace the ones that are there, don't replace the contents).
Ok, I have checked the premissions on the Adobe folder and they are set to full Control for System and User..
I also tried to copy the InDesign folder from administrator account to user.
Now I have also tried to set back computer to an previous time where everything Works.
Did you remove the old folders from the regular user BEFORE you copied the ones from the Admin account?
You can try, in the regular account, to set the properties on the shortcut for ID to Run As Administrator.
Yes i did remove the old folders before I copy New one, and I also tried to run as administrator on the shorcut.
Still no action.
When I push ctrl+alt+del and og to process. I can see the InDesign process running, but thats all...
Which version of ID are you running?
If you end the process tree in Task Manager, then try to launch ID again, does it start?
No, I tried to end it and launch again, but nothing is happening.
I hate to say this, but I think you should uninstall again, run the cleaner tool (CS Cleaner Tool for installation problems | CCM, CS6, CS5.5, CS5, CS4, CS3 ) then runs MSconfig to turn off unnecessary startups including anti-virus and malware scanners and browser helpers and toolbars. then run the installer again from the actual Administrator account. Run MSconfig again after the install to return to normal startup.
Also, be sure your default printer is NOT a network printer (MS fax will do) and is ready for use for the first launch of ID.
I tried to uninstall CS4 completely
Then I run the CS cleaner tool
I disable all startup programs
I use the fax as default printer
And still the same problem..
What to do next?
Does it run if you startup in Safe Mode?