The fix for this ladies and gentlemen is to properly uninstall CS5 and reinstall it. I worked for a few hours today with an Adobe tech who used the remote access process and he tried everything I had tried on my computer to no avail and finally had to uninstall CS5 and reinstall. Although I was a bit surprised when he went to uninstall CS5 without deactivating it first. I stopped him as he move the pointer to "Remove" and told him he needs to deactivate CS5 before removal so I can reinstall it again. That would have been catastrophic. I lost all my actions I had created but I can build up the library again. So it is a relatively easy fix, jut do it.