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"Internal Error"msg received when attempting to launch Adobe Reader all versions (7.0 - 9.0). Worked previously. Is this a registry problem? Thanks.

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Uninstall adobe reader and install again , its a free download.. and isnt worth trying to repair an install when you can re-install.

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I'm getting this message every few minutes on a Vista system. Acrord32.exe-No Disk "there is no disk in the drive\Device\Harddisk4\DR4.


These instructions apply If you have "Adobe Acrobat Reader" installed, not if you have the paid for, full suite "Adobe Acrobat".

1. Completely uninstal "Adobe Acrobat Reader"
more details (troubleshooting):
https://forums.adobe.com/thread/755658
2. Reinstall (if you so choose) "Adobe Acrobat Reader"
http://get.adobe.com/reader/
or use an alternative (less bloated) PDF-reader:
http://www.tracker-software.com/product/pdf-xchange-viewer

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Operating System Error FIX


Operating System Error: Error (16291.103.506-73172312.80040154.FFFFFFFF.80040154) is a common problem that pops out before installation of an application which indicates that the system is having a corrupt registry entry. Most of the time, this error affects Adobe Acrobat Reader and Flash installation. <br /><br />The Fix<br /><br />You have to clear the system of the corrupted registry. We recommend using a registry cleaner like CCleaner. CCleaner is a safe and freeware that cleans unwanted files, scans and fixes corrupt registry. You can also use this application to remove programs.<br /><br /> 1. Download <a href="http://download.cnet.com/ccleaner/">CCleaner</a>.<br /><br />Here is video tutorial on how to download CCleaner.<br /><utube src="8wqegYPb_Ms">
<br /> 2. Once installed, launch the application.
<br /> 3. On the left menu, click REGISTRY. Check all boxes.
<br /> 4. Click Scan all issues
.<br /> 5. Click Save for BACK UP CHANGES TO REGISTRY.
<br /> 6. Click Fix all selected issues.
<br /> 7. Once the fix is completed, you can now download the application you were trying to install.

I hope this helps. Cheers!

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Adobe reader 7 SNAFU


Adobe reader 7 has some well-known issues. You might need to download and run a patch. For more info visit

http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=333103&sliceId=2

Megatronix wishes you luck.

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Unable to upgrade my Adobe reader 8.2.2.217 I get error msg 1612, which which states it can't find the installation source and asks me to verify there is one.


If it's Adobe reader then you need to uninstall your current version and download the latest version from the Adobe website and install from fresh. www.adobe.com Your error message should go away.

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Will not allow me to install Reader 9.2 Error


try to completely UNINSTALL your adobe reader program. Then reinstall it. If the problem persists, uninstall the program again (Adobe reader) and delete the Adobe Reader folder in your Program Files folder. Then reinstall.

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Error 1606: Can not locate network location; during Adobe Acrobat Reader 9.1 and Microsoft Office Standard Version 2007 install


On another computer with a cd/dvd drive hooked up to the internet Go to HP.com/support and, download the drivers for vista for your computer then install them on your malfunctioning computer

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