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Basically lot of people are getting errors with Acrobat 7 and older versions as Adobe has disabled the activation server for CS2 products, including Acrobat 7, because of a technical issue. Go to the Click here for the Link to Download Acrobat Download the New Copy of Acrobat and Activate it with the new Serial No, however you need to un install the old copy from your computer
Adobe Acrobat 7.0 Professional is not compatible with Win 7 Adapted from Adobe FAQ
Acrobat 9.2 is the first version to support Windows 7. If you own Acrobat 7 or Acrobat 8, Adobe recommends you upgrade to Acrobat X through your Adobe reseller or the Adobe Store. Upgrading to Acrobat X will ensure compatibility with Windows 7 and access to the latest product enhancements. Enterprise customers with a Gold or Platinum support plan can contact Customer Support for upgrade tips and planning help.
Uninstall all Adobe software what ever version you have, than go to start>search>all files and folders, select local hard drive if it is not, than click more advanced options, select first three things in the list and than type adobe in All or parts of the file name. When it finds folders and files select them all and press DELETE. Than empty your Recycle Bean and restart your computer once it is up download new Adobe installation file and install it again. I know that this is pain but you will have to get rid of all damaged files used by adobe reader.