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>I am starting to seriously think that Adobe is doing this on purpose so >people will just buy the software.
Certainly not. Please give credit to the fact that, while the developers and we as Beta testers give our best to make this a smooth ride for everyone, nobody on this planet can predict and test all possible driver combinations, hardware items and potential user error.
So please provide some more info: Are you installing with administrative priviliges? Are the disks you are trying to install to properly anchored in your system? do they use dedicated RAID/ SATA or whatever drivers? Do you install to the default directories? What is your OS language setting? What Adobe software is on your system and did you try to install before?
It would also help, if you could provide some info from the install logs or the logs themselves. On Windows systems, they can be found under:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\adobe\Installers
Just let us know which operations are tagged as "failed".
Ive had problems with every damned adobe trial Ive tried. There is no Installers file in my C:\Program Files\Common Files\adobe
Did you download the trial, run the setup and then what happened? Like Mylenium says, if you don't give us more info, how can you expect us to help you?
- Jonas Hummelstrand
>There is no Installers file in my C:\Program Files\Common Files\adobe
If there are none, then something is fundamentally wrong, meaning that the directory cannot even be created. Check your user priviliges and file permissions!