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03-25-2011 03:29 AM - edited 03-25-2011 03:39 AM
"Do you accept the terms of the license agreement?
[Y]es or [N]o --> Y (I typed Y)
Press <ENTER> to reboot."
After it reboots it displays the Terms of server and after going through it again it takes me back to the agree.disagree. My problem is whenI try to install the sdk and when it goes to located Flashbuilder 4.0 or 4.5 (I have both) it says that the directories are invalid. I've tried installing them in other locations but to no avail. I know that they are both working copies of flashbuilder. Help or insight into this would be very much appriciated because I'd love to start deving apps for the playbook.
Board dropped into maintanance and I didn't realize I double posted. My apologies please delete one of them
03-26-2011 02:03 PM
I've tried reinstalling VMware Player along with adjusting the system specs to 2x what they were set at. Pressing G didn't solve anything with the EULA. I've managed to solve the problem with FlashBuilder. It just didn't like being installed on my secondary harddrive.
03-26-2011 02:17 PM
03-27-2011 12:06 AM
@Ombra: Try hitting SHIFT + G and not just G or an alternative way is by typing the letter 'q' and then accept the agreement. good luck!
03-27-2011 02:24 AM
Don't hit the pg dn key after
Do you accept the terms of the license agreement?
[Y]es or [N]o -->
When scrolling through the EULA slow down when you get to the end. The same thing happened to me twice. Yeah, I'm a speed reader. lol