Flash builder4 can not install in win2003, why?

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Mar 23, 2010

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the final release of Flash buidler 4 can not intall in my win2003 sp2, but beta2 is ok. Anybody know why?

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Flash builder4 can not install in win2003, why?

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the final release of Flash buidler 4 can not intall in my win2003 sp2, but beta2 is ok. Anybody know why?

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You need to ask in the appropriate Flash forum

http://forums.adobe.com/community/flash

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Mar 24, 2010

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John T Smith wrote:

You need to ask in the appropriate Flash forum

http://forums.adobe.com/community/flash

ARRGH Adobe - "told you so".  (Not directed at you John, just Adobe's poor marketing and product renaming.)

Actually Flash Builder 4 questions belong in the Flex forum, not the Flash forum.  It's only been a few days since release, I wonder how long this confusion is going to last...

http://forums.adobe.com/community/flex/flex_general_discussion

Flash Builder 4 = Flex Builder 4, the version following Flex Builder 3.  So no, not a strictly "Flash" product.  Anyone still confused, I'm not sure what to say, Adobe supposedly did this to avoid confusion, but it seems to be creating more than it's avoiding, as many Flex developers warned.

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Ansury wrote on 3/24/2010 8:26 AM:

Actually Flash Builder 4 questions belong in the Flex forum, not the Flash forum.

Flash Builder 4 questions belong in the Flash Builder forum that Adobe

is in the process of setting up. With the distinction being made between

the Open Source Flex SDK and the closed source Flash Builder IDE I would

find it logical that the Flash Builder forum will go under the Flash

category. That would be the place to ask about installing FB, how to

change the code highlighting preferences etc, while the Flex forums are

for the actual programming regardless of the IDE people use. (I would

prefer a forum showing up under both categories, but that is not

possible in the current version of this software.)

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Jochem - funny timing!  Actually I just posted on the FLEX forum stating exactly the same (in fewer words).  But FB 4 questions still belong in the Flex forum for now since there is no Flash Builder forum.  I'm surprised such a forum wasn't ready to go on the day of release, any dope would expect a mass influx of FB related questions...

In any case, until there's a Flash Builder forum, the Flex forums are certainly the best place for such questions, yes?

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John T Smith wrote:

You need to ask in the appropriate Flash forum

http://forums.adobe.com/community/flash

and when you do, include some information why you "can not" install it - do you get any error messages, or what exactly is happening?

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Thinks for the reply

the intaller program was frozen up at the "installing Adobe Flash Buidler4 Plug-in" step. There are some info "installing...", but did not made any more progress for a long time(over 3 hours). The same thing with another PC. I have to reintall the beta2, and it was all ok.

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You did check the list of supported platforms and noticed that Windows

2003 is not in it? http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/flex/systemreqs/

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I think i have  found why...

you can not unzip the installer into a path with some non-english letter, just as "c:/中".

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you can not unzip the installer into a path with some non-english letter

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