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Downloading CS4 and it's in a 10 part .dmg file. Will this build itself when i download the last part or will I need to do something to make it work? Currently when one section is done it says mounting failed. Just want to know if I need to do anything special.
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Sorry, but this sounds a LOT like some illegal software downloading, which we cannot discuss here since it's against the rules.
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Sorry, but this sounds a LOT like some illegal software downloading, which we cannot discuss here since it's against the rules.
Know what they say about assumptions???

The question is about a multipart dmg. You could answer it and not assume things, or you could assume things and prove you aren't bright enough to ask me where the file was coming from.
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A quick google search yields this.

No personal insults please..

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As far as I know, downloading Adobe CS4 for Mac is a 5.5GB single file.

There is no multi-part .dmg for it from Adobe.
In fact, multi-part .dmg files simply don't make sense when I think about it.
What site are you downloading it from?

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A trial version is available by download so let's give fade that benefit eh?

Adobe Creative Suite 4 Design Premium: Creative Suite 4 Design Premium trial DVD
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I'm too used to searching here so when I didn't find what i was looking for I asked. Admittedly, I'm not a master of the search feature.

Edit to add: this was supposed to be a thanks to Raz0rEdge for answering the question I asked.
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From what I know the trial (at least in Windows) is a a huge executable, so I imagine it'd be a huge DMG file in Mac as well..

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As far as I know, downloading Adobe CS4 for Mac is a 5.5GB single file.

There is no multi-part .dmg for it from Adobe.
In fact, multi-part .dmg files simply don't make sense when I think about it.
What site are you downloading it from?
Not getting it from Adobe. I'm a poor, broke college student working at Kohl's throwing boxes off a truck to get thru school. As such, my school is kind enough to provide student copies for the graphics design people. I start next semester and thought I'd brush up on my PS skills a bit before class starts in January. I haven't used PS since v5.
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From what I know the trial (at least in Windows) is a a huge executable, so I imagine it'd be a huge DMG file in Mac as well..

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It is... in fact and by funny coincidence, I am in the middle of downloading it right now at work.

As you can see by the attached image, in Windows, the package is a single 3.78 GB file.
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Pretend I said something witty.
Instead of that, I'll pretend that you apologized to todd51. Both take some imagination.
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