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Trouble installing CS3

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by jennstar82, Apr 23, 2010.

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  1. jennstar82

    jennstar82 Thread Starter

    Apr 23, 2010
    I have been going a little crazy over this. Trying to install CS3 on my computer (Windows 7 Home 64 bit operating system) I did have a trial version, so that has been uninstalled (used the programs, uninstall, and then used the cleanscript from Adobe). I have tried copying the DVD install info to my computer installing that way. Ran as admistrator, no go.

    The only thing that comes up is the - initializing Adobe Photoshop CS3 - bar fills up, and then it disappears.

    I am now getting a 1402 error. I tried to fix the permissions on the registry errors I was getting, it tells me I don't have permission to change the permissions.

    There has to be an easier way to get this program to install.

    *please help me*

    editec to add - error log -

    [ 5196] Fri Apr 23 16:59:41 2010 ERROR
    -------------------- BEGIN - Initialization Failures - BEGIN --------------------
    Fatal error initializing from proxy files.
    The following proxy files could not be loaded
    C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\Installers\719d6f144d0c086a0dfa7ff76bb9ac1\payloads\AdobeBridge2All\AdobeBridge2All.proxy.xml
    -------------------- END - Initialization Failures - END --------------------
  2. busymama


    Apr 29, 2010
    I wish I could help you. I completely understand how you feel. I am having similar issues and came to your thread hoping for an answer here. I also started my own thread about my CS3 problems. I hope you find the answers you need.
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