Question about Adobe Photoshop 7.0 for PC
I place the disk in my D: drive, but I get the message "Please insert a disk into drive D: I've done that, and all I can do is click cancel.
Try using the Windows Explorer (if Windows system, if you're on a Mac I think its the Finder) and see if you can access the CD from there. For some reason it's not reading the CD, make sure it's not upside down (duh!) and not dirty (unlikely). If you have multiple CD's make sure it's the Setup CD you are inserting. If you have multiple CD Drives try the other one. That's al I can think of. Good luck!
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