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There are other .pdf file readers and editors out there other than adobe reader, search google and try some, but try direct downloads and not thrid party downloads (to help stop software installing things like search bars ect.)

let me know if ya find one.

all the best

Posted on Nov 10, 2013

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Look under the Run the Microsoft Clean Up utility before you install Acrobat or Adobe Reader header at http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=320310:

 

DK50, your problems seem to stem from corrupted registry key(s).  While this should fix your issue in the short-term, bad registry values are never a good sign.  I would suggest you visit microsoft's site and search for a registry repair utilities for your operation system version such as http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=56d3c201-2c68-4de8-9229-ca494362419c&displaylang=en (windows 2000).  As a rule of thumb I always recommend a complete fresh install every 2 - 3 years (at least) and of course only after backing everything up.  Hope this helps.  =)

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Dont bother with Adobe reader it's a bloated load of rubbish that will eat up 75mb's of space on your harddrive and be forever phoning home to Adobe looking for updates.
If all you want to do is view pdf files go to downloads.com and search for Foxit reader. Foxit reader is a simple perfect pdf reader that only takes up about 8mb's of space on your harddrive. If during the install you select "custom install" you can uncheck the "ask tool bar" and "make ask my home page" and then at the end you can uncheck the "put a desktop shortcut to Ebay on my desktop"
I have been using Foxit reader for years and I install it on all my customers machines.

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It seems that the Adobe 9 that you have has gone corrupt.Uninstall it completely and reinstall the software. Im sure it should work. Thanks.

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Pls check the file format firstly, is that a PDF file?
If yes and the problem remains, try to convert PDF to word and open it in word format, I am currently using the free Nemo PDF to word converter.

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