Ich habe mir gerade ein Adobe Foto-Abo gekauft und wollte jetzt die Programme installieren.Allerdings funktioniert die Setup Datei irgendwie nicht, denn wenn ich auf diese doppel Klicke dreht sich das Laderad kurz und danach passiert nichts mehr.Auch im Task-Manager wird die Setup.exe sofort geschlossen, genau so wie die Adobe-Creative-Cloud Applikation, welche gleichzeitig gestartet wird. Ich würde mich freuen, wenn mir jemand weiterhelfen kann. 🙂
Ethan, sorry you are unable to use your newly purchased Photography subscription. Are you installing Photoshop CC on a computer you own? If so, try using a different web browser and follow the steps listed in https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/download-install-app.html to begin the download and install process. If you have any additional questions, please respond with the version of Windows you are attempting to install Photoshop CC on?
I have a Windows 64 bit system and I'm wondering ,if another programm stops those installers .
The version is called 20H2, I think
Ethan, are you encountering an error message that leads you to conclude that the installation is being interrupted? This is a new membership, so make sure that you have full control of the computer and network you are installing the software on. Please update this public discussion with any specific errors you are encountering.
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Do you logged in as an Administrator or a user with Admin rights during you tried the installation?
The installation must be done with an Adminstrator account.
Do you any protection programs, like virus scanner, internet security, adaware protection and so on, installed and running?
If yes, stop all these programs and try again.
Try to create a new user account with Administrator rights and try the installation with this account.
Check the Windows logs if there are appropriate entries related to the Adobe setup.
I was able to fix the problem, with upgrading to a newer Windows 10 Version and downloading it from Firefox instead of Chrome or Opera. I think those two browsers just dont work.
Thanks for the update, Ethan!