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Fireworks MX Install Problem

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by geegs10, Feb 7, 2005.

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  1. geegs10

    geegs10 Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I have the whole Macromedia MX Suite including Cold Fusion, Fireworks, Flash, Dreamweaver and Freehand 10. My problem is that I can install every program in the suite except Fireworks MX - it starts off fine, first going through an 'extracting files' window, which changes to a welcome window. After clicking on next I get to a End User Lisence Agreement, to which I click 'yes.' As soon as I do this the window refreshes, diplaying the End User License Agreement again. I have clicked yes a few times but it keeps doing the same thing, and I end up exiting the installation. Is there any way I can get this to work? Why is it happening? I think it may be some hardware problem, but I am not sure.

    Please help
     
  2. Doug Vitale

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    If possible, try installing it on another PC. This step will let you determine whether the problem is physically your PC, or if your installation file is corrupt. If you are installing directly from the CD, try copying the installation files to your hard drive and running the installation program from there.
     
  3. geegs10

    geegs10 Thread Starter

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    I just installed it on my other pc and it works fine, but i also need it working on this one. The copying files to the program files folder and then installing idea didnt work either, but thanks anyway.
     
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