If you end the task in Task Manager, then start ID again, does it load correctly?
Does it work if you log onto the computer with a different user account?
i tried the both your solutions. They don't work.
OK, that means it's at the program level, and most likely there's a dialog open off screen waiting for a response from you.
Next thing I'd try is SING Removal , then in Adobe InDesign CS5\Plug-Ins\PMPack folder remove the PMWelcomeScreen.apln
thank you for your support, but also this solution doesn't work.
Try a System Restore to a point before the problem developed.
I don't have a useful restore point.
If there is any other thing i can do, i will try...
I think the last resort here is to uninstall and run the cleaner tool, then reinstall the suite. (CS Cleaner Tool for installation problems | CCM, CS6, CS5.5, CS5, CS4, CS3 ), but before doing that, I'd try just running the installer again and ask it to "Repair" ID.
I would not have to re-install the suite, but if there aren't any solutions...
I've tried also to do the re-installation of ID only, but it doesn't work.
The only anomaly is that the adobe installer didn't ask me to repair it....
i first installed it over the old ID (same path), and then i removed the program and installed only ID...
I've tried several solutions... sigh
finally i got it! The problem was about the ID focus, where the application load.
I have two monitor, managed by nView desktop manager. So ID was loaded far from my desktop, i don't know why.
But most strange of all, ID was not showed in the application tab in the "active processes management" .
So i disabled nview manager and ID appear.
But this is a big bug of ID, which Adobe must manage.
Thank you so much for your help.