OS is Dutch...
Can this really be a problem?
previously I used XP in Dutch with premiere, after fx and photoshop in english international, never seemed to be a problem.
But I can try to switch the OS to English and see what happens?
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I just switched to English OS and started the CS4-installer again. Same problem occurs.
Just a thought:
I'm used to having conflict-problems now and then with software, goes with the territory so to speak, but I never had a problem like this:
A software-conflict between two of the biggest software-houses in the world!
Message was edited by: MvRdop
This might be a solution...
I finally managed to install CS4. I started from scratch again. Here's what I did:
- install win7 again from scratch (format C)
- install all updates to win7, and made sure all system drivers are up-to-date
- install only adobe flash, quicktime
- turned all standard protection off in win7 (UAP, Defender, Firewall)
- downloaded with IE8 and adobe downloadmanager to my G-harddrive
- unpacking the installer to C:\ (root)
- run the installer
Only differnces with my previous attempts:
- I had McAfee running (allthough completely turned off - with restart - during CS4-install)
- I used Firefox to download CS4 (which worked perfectly)
- CS4 was not the first program to install on a fresh OS (started with VLC, Nero, FileZilla, Firefox, McAfee)
A bit frustrating, not to now exactly why it's working now and why it wasn't before. But hey.. what the f***...
Hopefully my next install willl run in a better, more sensible way.
Best to you all.
Good to know you succeeded. Out of curiosity, did you now use one language setting for OS and CS4? Could that be the culprit? I have this one weird thing that everything on my machine is in English (OS and all programs), but still Adobe Drive persists in using Dutch as the default language. I hate that.