1.    08 Jan 2010 #1
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    Problem installing CS4 Premiere Pro, need help


    Okay, firstly yes, I have a legit copy of CS4 Premiere Pro because several people have asked me that and not given me answers.

    Problem is that I click on the setup.exe icon and the "A Program Needs Your Permission to Continue" box pops up, I say 'continue' and the box goes away. From that point on, nothing happens AT ALL. Just that box, and that is it!

    This is really starting to get annoying, please help me out!
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  2.    08 Jan 2010 #2
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    Re: Problem installing CS4 Premiere Pro, need help


    Hi,

    Are you an administrator? If you are, I would recommend temporarily disabling UAC then trying setup again. If you don't know how to disable UAC then follow Method 1 here:

    User Account Control (UAC)

    However I am not necessarily convinced that this is the problem because setup should still start. If it still does not start, post back and I will continue to help you. Sometimes an administrator will not allow a standard user to run setup programs. Can you install other programs?

    Richard

    EDIT: Sorry for this post being so short, I clicked submit too early and had to edit.
    Last edited by niemiro; 08 Jan 2010 at 06:39.
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  3.    08 Jan 2010 #3
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    Re: Problem installing CS4 Premiere Pro, need help


    Yeah I am.
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  4.    08 Jan 2010 #4
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    Re: Problem installing CS4 Premiere Pro, need help


    The strange thing is that I've only had this problem with Premiere. I installed Photoshop with absolutely no problem.
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  5.    09 Jan 2010 #5
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    Re: Problem installing CS4 Premiere Pro, need help


    Hi,

    Interestingly I just had to do a clean install and I reinstalled Photoshop Elements 6.0 fine, but when I got round to Premier Elements 4.0, failier. I got a completely different error message half way through install. I am still trying to fathom out why it is doing this. Will post again when I have a proper solution.

    Richard
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