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Trouble installing Adobe Photoshop CS4


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bigtweat

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I recently pulled Adobe programs from a friend's macbook pro and burned them onto a DVD. Basically, I went into her folder which contained all of her adobe programs (photoshop, illustrator, dreamweaver, etc..) and program files and dragged them into a blank DVD folder, which I then burned. However, now when i insert that DVD into my mac and try to drag the applications from the DVD onto my hard drive, it comes up with the following message: "The alias "Adobe Photoshop CS4" cannot be copied to the destination, perhaps because this destination does not support this type of alias."

Do i need to download some type of installer in order for it to work properly?

Can anyone help? Thanks for your time...
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first....you can't copy programs that way.....

second...you can't legally take a version of software that your friend owns and expect to legally install it on your computer without purchasing

read a book about computers and quit being a cheapskate and buy your own software if you want it so badly

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