No ideas ? Anyone ?
It's pretty hard to say, except to put some generic ideas out there. It's more of a software install * computer problem versus a "using Flash" issue, of course, but when one runs into problems like this, make sure your computer meets the minimum requirements to run Flash. Also, uninstall the program and re-install it. That might not do it, but it's worth a shot.
Adobe trials don't prevent us from opening the program once expired (they still show a few screens and tell us as much), so this isn't because of that.
Also, for what it's worth, it might be interesting to install some other Adobe CS5 program trial, just to see if you have different results.
Reinstall doesn't help.
My computer meets the minimum requirements.
I will try Flash Builder now.
Then I'd just recommend you search online for "flash install problems" and other similar phrases.
I had problems with the installation of Flash Builder. After the install it showed me an error massage with 3 errors (which I dont Remember because I don't care anymore).
I will buy a new computer in a few months so ... I give up I dont need that stress....
Sorry man, I know that's really frustrating. Technology never ceases screwing with us, no matter how far into the future we go - it's a silly double-edged sword sometimes. I have a love/hate relationship with several techie things...including AC-powered can openers ;-)
It's a bummer when a new computer seems to be the fix (or reformatting of one's hard drive and reinstalling of the OS). But, if you're getting a new machine soon, you'll have lots to benefit from there.