Fix Adobe Installer File Maybe Damaged error on Mac
Recently, we have received several reports from people trying to install Adobe programs on their mac, but instead they receive an error “The installation can not continue as the installer file may be damaged. Download the installer file again”. This is very common problem and happens with almost all Adobe 2020 suite including Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Adobe After Effect, Adobe Illustrator.
This error most happens with the applications downloaded from the Internet, whose DMG installation archive is stored locally. Whereas, the error does not appear for applications in the App Store. Furthermore, this error occurs when the Adobe DMG file is corrupted whatever the reason maybe.
Don’t worry, we have figured out the solution for you and just few steps you will be able to fix this error. So, keep reading.
How To Fix Adobe Installer File Maybe Damaged error on Mac
#1. Install the DMG installation file then open the installation folder, select the file [install] , then open [Show Package Content]
#2. After you opened the contents folder, click on Content > macOS, then double-click on [Install] to run the installation.
#3: After the Adobe installation opened, you will be required to to enter the administrator password and click OK
You are done! After this step the application will start installing on your mac without any further problems. Keep in mind that solution is based on Adobe Photoshop CC 2020, but it will certainly work with all Adobe suit 2020.
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To fix Adobe Installer File Maybe Damaged error on Mac, either you have download the Adobe it from App Store or if you have downloaded from a local sources, download and install it again. Or go with alternative solution which i showed you in this article.
Fix The installation can not continue as the installer file may be damaged. Download the installer file again