What else on your system changed yesterday?
The missng panels might be just a workspace issue that can be reolved by resetting or chossing the correct workspace. Language, though is a bit more mysterious.
Hi Peter, thanks for your repy!
The only thing i've changed was a new Installation of spy bot search and destroy.
I have also tried to reinstall Indesign, without success...
The second one with this problem... Hmm, sounds not good.
Thank you for linking the other tread.
Indesign.exe is installed in standart path C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Adobe InDesign CS5.5
I have done no changes in Settings for userrights or something like this.
I'm using Win7 Professional 64Bit, automatical updates and i'm working as a normal user, not as admin.
First i have reinstalled Indesign, no success, then i have uninstalled the complete CS5.5 Design Premium suite and reinstalled it. No success.
What means the adobe clean tool??
I have also looked inside the registry, indesign is not listed there. All other parts of the CS5.5 Suite are listet in there, but not Indesign. Is this a point to think about?
"Installation of spy bot search and destroy"
That last word is interesting. Did you uninstall the anti-spybot software before reinstalling InDesign? It could have very well decided some part of InDesign needed to be destroyed, if so it would continue to hamper reinstallation. Personally I never let that kind of program run free on my computer.
This is my next try.
I'll tell you tomorrow if it works or not.
For today thank s for your help and a good night!
Have you tried just using System Restore to go back to day before yesterday?
Launch Indesign as administrator