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CS3 Installation issue


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When I go to install CS3 Design Premium, I get the following message:

Setup has encountered an error and cannot continue. Contact Adobe
Customer Support for assistance.


No error number, just the above message. This is being installed on my work computer and I haven't called Customer Support as of yet, thought I'd ask the real world first.
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