How to install Adobe CS3 on Windows 7 in 64 bit?

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I finally decided to use Windows 7 OS after some months of thinking. It is working well at first but when I tried to install my Adobe CS3 to it, I got an error stating:

"E:Adobe CS3Setup.exe is not a valid Win32 bit Application."

I need this software and I can use it with Windows XP without having any problems or issues. And also, when I clicked on the Properties window, it will just stop working. Does anyone here who has an idea on this matter? Many Thanks.

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #110854

How to install Adobe CS3 on Windows 7 in 64 bit?

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The reason why you are getting that issue is because the Adobe CS3 version that you are installing is 32 bit and you are installing it on a windows 7 operating system that is a 64 bit. That means that the application and the operating system are incompatible. So what you will need to do to resolve that issue is the following:

  • You will need to go online and search for an Adobe CS3 version that is a 64 bit too. I will recommend that you download it from the manufacturer's site, or you can also download from trusted sites like cnet downloads, softpedia and majorgeeks.
  • Install that version on your computer. It should be able to work because it is compatible to the windows 7 operating system that you are using.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #110856

How to install Adobe CS3 on Windows 7 in 64 bit?

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Hi Mackenzie Castillo,

You are facing to this error because you are trying to install a 32-bit software to Windows7 64-bit operating system. They are not compatible with each other. So, the solution is you need to download Adobe CS3 64-bit. Go to this page http://www.adobe.com/, and download the right version. Please take note, if you want to install more plugins or filters for your CS3 products (like Photoshop), you have to choose 64-bit too.

Hope this helps

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