I am having same problem. Installer runs for a long time and finally (if I don't force quit first) gives me the error message. Any advice would be appreciated.
Same issue and same complaint on my side.... I've already gone through the entire remove and re-install process once before with this software so it's pretty frustrating to see it return.
Any luck finding a solution?
Also having this error on my iMac.
Tried all the "suggestions" that I could find on the Adobe forums and NOTHING works, including creating a new admin account and deleting the AUMProduct.aup file.
A lot of people at my work are also having this error, as well as update errors with the latest Bridge update with CS5.
Adobe really needs to ramp up their QA on these updates. This is pathetic.
The only solution was to uninstall Acrobat, then reinstall it from my original dusk, then update it from an Adobe download page. argh!
I agree with rikbarry - I finally reinstalled Acrobat, then ran the
update to 9.4.5. The updater took nearly an hour to finish which can't
be normal, but the software appears to be the correct version now.
I work for a very small graphic design company and use an older emac
that has pretty much reached its shelf life for many apps and OS.
Could my aging computer be contributing to the problem?
Because we depend heavily on pdf workflow, I chose to reinstall
WITHOUT running the uninstaller first, as the 9.4.4 version was at
least still functioning. I was somewhat surprised that it worked, and
I am NOT looking forward to the next updater.