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As the title says.
Following a support representative's advice I deleted the contents of my %temp% folder and deleted the opm.db file.
I then rebooted (unfortunately my computer had some problems and I lost contact with the support representative) and tried to re-run CreativeCloudSet-Up with exactly the same result.
I have repeated the steps above with no luck. The program always returns error code 48, a critical file/directory can't be accessed.
Any ideas? Thank you.
Big Thanks !!!!!
Moved the first (original) not copy 1 to desktop.
Perfect - I tried the cc cleaner tool - redownloading and was still getting error code 48. This worked - thanks!
I got CC from C: to 😧 but then it required a download & install. It re-installed to C:--- it does NOT ask where to install --- but works (now I think). FYI: Over the past two months I've worked with Adobe chat & telephone support on this and a related issue without much success. Good show.
yes the app has to be in your c directory any other partition it wont install
Thank you! This was very helpful!
Thanks! it works now.
Thanks, it get work
Thank you that did it for me!! Yeah!
thanks !! its worked ...
Thank you!!! Worked like a charm
Solved. I moved it to root of drive C: