I tried following those steps but still I get the same error messages.
Back at January when I couldn't affor the pack, I had downloaded pirate/portable versions of those programs, maybe that's what is messing up the downloads?
When you install software that is not authentic, you don't know what you are getting or what it may do to your system.
In addition, counterfeit software could be blocking the activation of your legitimate product and causing it to fail. Please check your host file as indicated below.
WindowsLocate the hosts file.Click Start, click Run, type "%systemroot% \system32\drivers\etc" and then click OK.Right-click the file and select Open. Select Notepad for the application to open the hosts file.
Save a backup of the file. Choose File > Save As. Name the file hosts.backup and click OK.
Find 127.0.0.1 activate.adobe.com and delete this entry.
Save the file and close it.or you can create a default hosts file following these directionsPlease see: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/972034 for instructions.
MacOpen a Finder window. Choose Go > Go To Folder.Type "/etc" (make sure that the customer is logged on as an administrator).Select the hosts file and open it.look for the entry 127.0.0.1 activate.adobe.com and delete this textSave the file and close it.
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Thanks for all the help! I managed to use the cleaner tool and then deactivating my firewall during the download, and was able to get the files going.