Question about Apple Mac OS X 10.4
Sound like a permissions problem.
Make sure you have admin rights on your log in or log in as admin. Check the permissions on the application folder, that you have read and write (single click on the folder press option and 'i' key to get folder info.
With Macromedia it installs folders in quite a few locations so you need to make sure you have 'read/write' permission on the whole mac.
If you still have a problem. Open the apple disk utility (in the utility folder in applications) and check permissions there. You can run fix permissions from the to.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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