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    Question XML parsing error?

    Hi guys, I downloaded a trial version of Dreamweaver CS4 which was downloaded from the adobe website and once i try installing it it comes up with 'please delete current menus.xml file and then rename menus.bak file to menus.xml'. Once I tried that the new renamed xml file has the same problem as the old one. Now, When i opened up the file in Firefox it came up with an XML Parsing error, which is how I came to this forum. The exact error is as below:

    XML Parsing Error: prefix not bound to a namespace
    Location: file:///C:/Program%20Files/Adobe/Adobe%20Dreamweaver%20CS4/configuration/Menus/menus.xml
    Line Number 12, Column 5: <shortcut mmstring:name="menus/DWShortcuts_Main_Quit" key="Opt+F4" command="dw.quitApplication()" id="DWShortcuts_Main_Quit" />
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    I'm guessing It's a coding error on Adobe's side, although the same installation has worked on a friends Vista machine. I am running win XP SP3. so can anyone offer an insight/possible solution? I've already tried the following methods:

    CS4 clean script on Adobe website
    Microsoft installer clean up
    uninstall and reinstall all CS4/adobe products
    deleting Cache.db
    deleting Macromedia 9 folder
    deleting faulty line in menus.xml file

    If it is a simple job of editing the text then I'm fully prepared to do it, although I wouldn't know what to edit and how to edit it! Thanks guys.
    Last edited by MarkstarDJ; 02-25-2009 at 06:45 PM. Reason: Slight error in description

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    have you tried posting the problem on the adobe forums? this sounds more like an application problem, then an xml problem.
    http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/webforu...cfm?forumid=12

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    I'm new to the whole idea of forums, so I have not done so yet. I'll give that a go now Thanks for the quick reply!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronron5477 View Post
    have you tried posting the problem on the adobe forums? this sounds more like an application problem, then an xml problem.
    http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/webforu...cfm?forumid=12
    no, is not a application problem

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkstarDJ View Post
    I'm new to the whole idea of forums, so I have not done so yet. I'll give that a go now Thanks for the quick reply!
    xml is malformated, you use a prefix but don't define the namespace for it.

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