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I just downloaded the trial version of Photoshop Ext CS3 from Adobe.com, when I try to install it, it ask for the InDesign CS3 disc... Which I don't have. I really hope anyone have an idea, so far I haven't been able to find any help onine.

PS. I on a G4, and I uninstalled previous versions of Illustrator CS and Photoshop CS.
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I have the same problem. Would you like me to mail you a trial cs2 cd?
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what are the system requirements for Adobe cs3 trials, i recall them revising their system that trials now do require a past version or something rediculous like an installed version of some cd key or something, they did this just before the release of dreamweaver CS.
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did you previously download a trial version? There is an uninstall script provided by Adobe if you have.
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I tried the script, it didn't help apparantly... I get the same message, insert the InDesign CS3 disc, when I can't do that, the report shows inly the shared components are installed, the rest failed. Any other ideas?
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TRy the adobe link http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/view...1502&sliceId=2
Do you have any of the other CS3 suite installed? Or maybe a BETA version? Read the link may help...
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