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You would need to redownload the whole adobe archive installation file as it will not extract and install without the correct files and there version specific so its unlikely you will find the exact cabinet file you need which will allow you to continue installation
If your Ideapad is the U3 or U5 version just pop in the disk that you have bought and it will autostart. If your Ideapad is the U1 or U3 (so it doesn't have optical unit) and you have bought the boxed version then your only option is to copy the content of the disk to a USB stick and run the setup from there.
Yaa but there might be read error during installation from your CD/DVD.
To fix this problem copy all content of the setup CD/DVD to your hard disc and run the installation from hard disc. If you will copied successfully (all the contents i.e. files and folders), then you can surely install your setup.