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Adobe reader Problem

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My laptop runs off windows xp with adobe reader 7 installed.
Whenever i download a pdf file from the internet, i am unable to open it and the system eventually crashes. But i have no problems opening a pdf file directly from my machine. Also when i try to open up adobe reader from my laptop it doesnt open and gives me this message instead- 'This pack package could not be opened. Verify that the pak package exists, and that you can access it, or conact the application vendor to veriy that this is a valid Windows Installer pack package'. icannot uninstall it or install version 9 as i get the same above message.
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