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Adobe Audition 1.5 (and Kex?)

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After messing with the msi file with Orca, I managed to get Adobe Audition 1.5 to install without any errors. The first time I ran it, it asked what drive I wanted to use as the temp drive, but I didn't get any further with it after that point. When I try to launch it, I get a spash-screen for a fraction of a second. That's it - no error messages.

Is there some way I can figure out what it doesn't like that even KernelEx can't help with? Was there some way to use KernelEx in a diagnostic mode?

(for a program written in 2004, I'm surprised that it doesn't run under win-9x with Kex)

PS: When I saved my edited msi file with orca, it seems to have stripped out the data1.cab file. The original file was 30 mb in size, and the edited file was 10 mb. What am I doing wrong such that the cab file gets lost in the saved file?


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Audition 1.5 doesn't work AFAIK (I tried some time ago and installed the demo succesfully if remember correctly) but 1.0 should as it's little different than CoolEditPro 2 which runs under stock 98/ME.

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I think 1.0 and 1.5 are the same but 1.5 allows you to burn cds with it




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