What OS version?
How did you install InDesign?
The OS Version is 10.8.5. In Design came pre-installed when I bought the computer.
Hi Again Willi,
I've tried various other fixes; deleting the FlexNet file and the Adobe PCD Cache. Apparently the FlexNet folders and files required to run Adobe applications can become corrupted through a Time Machine system restore. Also tried using the Adobe License Recovery download. Any other ideas very welcome.
Uninstall InDesign and install it again from Adobe's original installer with YOUR serial.
The preinstalled version might be deactivated from Adobe if some suspicious things happen with the same serial as it might not be a legal one you use.
Did you get an official licence transfer? If not, you should require it. If you son't get it, don't use it.
Any restore or migration from TimeMachine, Backup or other computer is not possible with Adobe programs. Only installing from the original installer is possible and allowed.
Your advice lines up with some other suggestions I've read. As the software was pre-installed, I'm having a bit of trouble locating the Serial Number, but will persevere until I do find it. Thanks for the advice!
I just discovered this method of overcoming the Error 150:30. I followed these instructions which I found on an Adobe discussion page - it worked!
"I ran into this issue after restoring from a Time Machine backup.
What worked for me was to delete the FLEXnet Publisher preferences folder (Solution 2) and then launch Adobe Acrobat 9 and not a Creative Suite 4 application. After that all the CS applications started up fine."
Am able to work on my Adobe InDesign documents again.