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Windows 7: Can't install Adobe 9 in Windows 7

03 May 2009   #1
chluk2425

 
 
Can't install Adobe 9 in Windows 7

I was about to install Adobe 9 in Windows 7 but then after the setup says computing disk requirement, an error pops out:

Error 1606.Could not access network location 0\.

Anyone know how to solve this?


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03 May 2009   #2
rkseagle

Dual boot WindowsXP/Windows 7
 
 

Did you download directly from Adobe?

Are you using a dial-up account? May need to be connected to get any updates.

I installed AdbeRdr910_en_US_Std with no problems whatsoever.
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03 May 2009   #3
chluk2425

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rkseagle View Post
Did you download directly from Adobe?

Are you using a dial-up account? May need to be connected to get any updates.

I installed AdbeRdr910_en_US_Std with no problems whatsoever.
yes... i download it from adobe....
i installed it with no problem yesterday... but today i reinstall the build and got this error message....

in the end, i managed to get it sorted out... but the way to do is very funny.... disable all network adapter... and it will install....
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03 May 2009   #4
swarfega

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

There was another thread about someone having installation issues with v9. My advice in that thread was to use Foxit PDF instead. Im all for supporting the little guy. Search google for foxit and it should be near the top.
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04 May 2009   #5
johngalt

 

Even though you can disable it, I flat out refuse to even think about FoxIt b/c it is bundled with Ask toolbar....

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