Hi,

I have enormous problem with CS3 Suite installation at the end it seems to be an Adobe Flash Player 9 ActiveX issue, well I tryed to uninstall it before the installation. Even with MsiZap.Exe and I have tryed to have the same version as the CS3 installation install. Nothing works.............

Adobe Flash Player 9 ActiveX
[ 1612] Thu Jul 19 15:36:55 2007 ERROR
Skipping operation because required operation failed with code: 2
Setting dependent operation result
[ 1612] Thu Jul 19 15:36:55 2007 DEBUG
Popped
[ 1612] Thu Jul 19 15:36:55 2007 INFO
No operation. We're done:
[ 1612] Thu Jul 19 15:36:55 2007 DEBUG
Operations complete
[ 1612] Thu Jul 19 15:36:56 2007 DEBUG
CheckSwitchTo for complete
complete will participate in the workflow

So my next move is to try to remove the Adobe Flash Player 9 ActiveX component to install durin the installation.
Just wounder if some one know if it the <ProductInfo> in the AdobePhotoshop10en_US_volume.proxy.xml or?

<Requires>...</Requires>

<ProductInfo>
<Family>NonAdobePayload</Family>
<ProductName>Adobe Flash Player 9 ActiveX</ProductName>
</ProductInfo>

I have an case att the Adobe Support, but it seems to take taime to solve it..

/SaiTech
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Hi SaiTech,

I'm not sure exactly what you're asking, but I think it sounds like you don't want the Flash 9 Player installed during your CS3 installation (I have this set as well). The line to determine what applications are installed by the installer and what aren't is actually in the deployment.xml file that is located in the same directory as Setup.exe. In that file, you should see all the Adobe products broken up with comments. You can safely remove the Flash players without having any kind of negative effect on the whole installation.

Also, the uninstall.xml file that is located in the same directory MUST match the deployment.xml file in terms of application content, otherwise any uninstall will fail in the future.
Answered 07/23/2007 by: alanho
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