hi guys,

i'm curious: How did you able to slipstream (AIP) Acrobat 8 Pro to 8.1.3?

I'm getting a weird error when slipstreaming 8.1.3 Update.

Here's what I got:

0) Setup on XP Pro SP3/Vista/Win7. AIP is in C:\ local drive.
1) Create AIP for Acrobat 8.0.0 Pro.
2) Slipstream 8.1.0 Update (MD5: 37baea6694b15c354b0769b80c500711)
3) Slipstream 8.1.1 Update (MD5: e6faf402bd7a7e864dbe0870a80d04c5)
4) Slipstream 8.1.2 Update (MD5: 69f725c77a879f542af89c6a5bdab839)
5) Ignored 8.1.2 SU1 Update (negligible; and it's in MSI anyway so no point slipstreaming to AIP)
6) When I tried to slipstream 8.1.3 Update (MD5: c3e0ea9741f84246cf281acb33e22c86), i get an error msg:


Error 1335. The cabinet file 'PCW_CAB_ACRO' required for this installation is corrupt and cannot be used. This could indicate a network error, an error reading from the CD-ROM, or a problem with this package.

7) There's no way to continue. Pressing Ignore button generate a simple error dialog:


Internal Error 2350.

8) Now, i can't slipstream 8.1.4 or 8.1.5 or 8.1.6 because 8.1.3 won't install at all.

Any ideas?

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ok plz ignore my post above.

i redownload the update again and it gave me a different MD5 (059eb0386e28495ec6e4194facece48d).

slipstreaming works now.


p/s: don't know why but when i downloaded it last month, it gave a different MD5 hash. Filesize is the identical with the previous download.
Answered 06/27/2009 by: davidlimcg23
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The hash could use anything as its key, not just the filesize. It may use the date/time, version number, whatever.
Answered 06/29/2009 by: VBScab
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In case anyone else has a similar issue with patching an Admin Install point here is some important info from Adobe. http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/498/cpsid_49880.html Unlike most patches apparently Adobe only allows you to apply specific patches to your admin install point but they do not point that out in the patches when you download them. But should we really expect anything different considering their track record?
Answered 06/30/2009 by: joedown
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ORIGINAL: joedown

But should we really expect anything different considering their track record?

Its a known 'issue' -> or maybe by design? Now im being an ass...lol
Answered 06/30/2009 by: PackageExpert
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