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Adobe Photoshop Corrupt Cab File

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#1 srpesq


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Posted 29 December 2007 - 04:16 PM

I bought adobe photoshop elements 6. Despite many tries, in the middle it stops gives error 1335. Says cabinet file data 1 cab is corrupt and cannot be used. Not true as it installed on my other computer just fine. I got so upset I restored my whole computer. (Had other odd issues too so thought it was a good idea). Computer working beautifully but still doing that with ADobe only! everything else zips in and installs.

I have tried the following:
1. copied it to C, then tried to install...same issue.
2. Copied the CD to the computer it installed easily on, then transferred it to a External Hard drive. Attached that to computer Im trying to get it on, and installed (in case CD Rom too sensitive or something), same issue.
3. I have no virus software running.

UGH! Making me insane!

As an total different aside, I downloaded versiontracker pro. Seemed like a good idea for drivers so when I tried to update Nividia driver for display...got scary message not tested for compatibility so I shut it. Did I waste my money on this? Thanks!!

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#2 hamluis



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Posted 29 December 2007 - 04:35 PM

Regarding Versiontracker: Only you can say whether it's a waste of money.

I don't feel compelled to use every program I try, buy, or install...and neither should you. But if you see value in what it does for you, use it.

Regarding issues like you have with Adobe...first thing I would do is go to the Adobe site and see if there are any downloadable updates that may make the ride smoother.


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Posted 29 December 2007 - 10:23 PM

Have you completley updated windows recenty.? One computer may have different updates on it thus allowing the install to complete.
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Posted 29 December 2007 - 10:38 PM

I would try the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility then try reinstalling in safemode
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