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As far as I know, CS5.5 Trial is only available after first installing the Adobe Download Manager (DLM).
After the once off installation, the DLM should then enable you to download any other Adobe software.
Upon posting this thread, I have searched the internet for anything of such and I came across a blog post from a website. It details the direct download links for the Adobe products.
To others who have the same dilemma as I had, the links can be seen on the link below:
Just be aware that none of those links point to files stored on Adobe servers so they're all unauthorized downloads.
Hence, the standard disclaimer applies, in that you download at your own risk and there's no guarantee from Adobe that those files will work correctly or that they will be free of viruses or malware etc.
I have download from other source a couple of days back..like others said I was infected with malware and my CPU usage has come to 100%..I had to fix it on mah own..
Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't the below link:
From Adobe itself? As far as I can see, all the links I've tried on this link http://prodesigntools.com/adobe-cs5-5-direct-download-links.html points to a location on adobe.com.
From Adobe itself?
Perhaps. Hard to tell.
The direct "trials2" link gives me Access Denied.
Clicking the File1 etc links on the prodesigntools website points me to:
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which may be a scripted method of accessing the files behind the Adobe permissions wall.
I don't know.
It's easier to get the official download from the authorized Adobe link via DLM, IMHO.
[ note from forum host - the link you gave was a redirection via Commission Junction - we have removed it from your post to prevent revenue being generated ]
You can also use Adobe apps - download and installation help to download a trial version of CS5.5.
Just to douse my curiosity, why do you want a trial version of a software so outdated? Why don't you try installing a trial version of Creative Cloud instead?