There are no updates for the trial version.
If that were true how do you explain that the updater reports that I updates available for all the programs
totalling more than 1GB?
Does that mean that I don't have the electronic version but the retail version instead?
>I don't use the 'update' from within the programs because it comes in at over 1GB.
You should certainly use that method. The only reason to use the manual download is if you need to download using one computer (that's connected to the Internet) to transfer to your editing computer that isn't connected to the Internet.
It is absolutely crucial that you use the correct updater corresponding to the version of the software that you installed. If you installed from a DVD, then you must use the updater for the DVD/retail version. If you installed from the electronic download, then you must use the updater for the electronic download (which confusingly has the word 'trial' in its name).
Failure to use the correct updater will break your application.
But... is Harm not correct... there are no updates for the Trial version?
Thanks for the answer. I do have the DVD and I do need to transfer the updates from my laptop to my desktop so I will download the retail version.
The trial version will accept updates just like the full version will.
Interesting change, and good to know.
I would have answered that the trial could not be updated. Now, I know better. Nice to learn something on a cold, rainy afternoon.