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I set my computer to open everything with adobe how do i change it back

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New pc 2 weeks old compaq laptop, after going online everything on my pc files converted to adobe, I want to know why, and how to change it back.


It sounds like when you downloaded or installed Adobe it became the default software to open the file. If this is the case, it's a fairly simple fix.

Go to a file on your computer and right click it.

Then click on Properties.

In the Properties tab, you can select the program you want as the default. Once you do this it should change all the files with the same extensions back to the program that you want to be used.

I hope this helps.

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I have problem opening adobe pdf files. I have adobe 9 and 9.3 but does not open adobe files. It asks for adobe 4 and 7 or 8. I tried to download adobe 4,7 or 8. It says I have that version on my computer....


try the steps below:
1. Right-Click on the PDF file.
2. Select Properties
3. On the General tab,
3.1. Check the Opens with: if its set to Adobe Reader
If not, click the Change button and select Adobe Reader

If the same thing happens, Uninstall all Adobe Reader installed on your computer. It is an indication that the installation is corrupted that's why it is not being detected.

I suggest that you can try to use Foxit PDF Reader instead which for me I find very convenient in opening PDF files.

Please let me know if the following has been helpful.

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Make sure only adobe 9 is the only version of adobe reader you have installed on that computer. Then go to where your PDF file is and right click on it with the mouse and go into properties.

In the general tab where it says type of file it will show you what program is opening up the PDF file. Click on the change button and where it says recommended programs see if Adobe reader is there, if its not then down below where it says other programs click on the down arrow and see if adobe reader shows up there. If it shows up in either section then choose it, then click on apply, and then click on okay.

Now if for some reason adobe reader doesn't show up in either section, then you'll need to browse for it. It normally installs itself in the program files folder, then double-click on it and go into the adobe folder, Adobe 9.0 and then the reader folder. The name of the reader program looks something like acrord32 and it will say application to the right of it. At that point choose it and apply the changes so it opens up with Adobe reader.

This should cover everything, if your still having problems, let me know and I'll help you out further.

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How do I change the bulb in an Epson Powerlite 50c


hi there...
i found the complete set of instructions that you can follow to change your bulb. click the link

http://files.support.epson.com/pdf/pl50c_/pl50c_u1.pdf

you would need an adobe reader to open it, if you dont have an adobe program on your computer, download this one, its free

http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/


pls come back and give me a vote. I would really appreciate that,thanks in advance. good luck.

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HI, Open up the Control Panel. Open Administrative Tools. Open Computer Management On the left, click on Disk Management. Right-click on the drive you want to change the drive letter of and select ?Change Drive Letter and Paths?? Change the drive letter to the one you want it to be. (Make sure no other drives currently use the letter you want.) Shut down your computer, then power back up. TNKS RABBANEES

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I had the same problem and an angel sent me this instruction and I solved it. Hope it works for you as well:

Start
-Control Panel
--System
----"Advanced" tab
-----Performance: -->Settings
------"Advanced" tab
-------Virtual Memory: -->Change
--------"Custom Size: (change it to) Initial: 4000MB Maximun Size: 4095MB
----------Set
-------------OK everything out

***Restart your PC

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When I download and install adobe, I get adobe reader icons on all my desktop programs, and nothing will open. ALso I can't open PDF files.


Had a problem with Adobe. Not sure what I did, but most of the icons on my desktop looked like an adobe icon. If I clicked on any of the icons like this, including a pdf file, it wouldn't open the file or program. Instead I'd get a warning box that said something like there is no file to support my request. So I removed adobe from my computer using the control panel, and everything worked ok except that I couldn't open a PDF file. I reloaded Adobe reader 9.0, and had the same problem again, so I again removed Adobe from my computer, and did a restore and now everything seems to work fine. Oh, by the way, I have Vista Home Basic as my operating system.

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