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I uninstalled the program that opens jpegs. acrobat wont play the

How do i reinstal the program that came with the **** basic version of vista

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    which program did you uninstall?

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You can download adobe reader 9 from the website, that and adobe 8 works well with vista, you can always right click and "open with" you can choose what programme you want to open the jpeg's


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Hi Kate1958. I found this for you. Do one or more of the following solutions:
Solution 1: Remove all versions of Acrobat or Reader, and then reinstall one version.
If multiple versions of Acrobat or Reader are installed on the system, remove all versions and then install only one version. See the documentation included with Windows for information about removing programs.
Note: If you need to have multiple versions of an Acrobat product installed, remove all versions and then reinstall them starting with the earliest, installing the latest version last.
Solution 2: Start Acrobat or Reader, and then open the PDF file in the web browser.
If an error occurs when you try to start Acrobat or Reader, refer to Related Documents below, or search the Adobe Support Knowledgebase:
-- If you use Acrobat, go to www.adobe.com/support/products/acrobat.html .
-- If you use Reader, go to www.adobe.com/support/products/acrreader.html .
Solution 3: Make sure that the External Window Handler file (ewh32.api) is in the Plug-ins folder.
If this file is missing, reinstall Acrobat or Adobe Reader.
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Solution 4: Disable Web Browser Integration.
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4. Click OK.
To disable Web Browser Integration in Acrobat 5.x or Acrobat Reader 5.x:
1. Open Acrobat or Acrobat Reader.
2. Choose Edit > Preferences > General.
3. Click Options in the list in the Preferences dialog box.
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To disable Web Browser Integration in Acrobat 4.x or Acrobat Reader 4.x:
1. Open Acrobat or Acrobat Reader.
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3. Deselect Web Browser Integration in the General Preferences dialog box.
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  1. Exit from all applications.
  2. Uninstall Acrobat.
  3. Search for and delete any .tmp files on your computer.
    1. Delete the following items, if present, from the Documents and Settings/[user profile]/Local Settings/Temp folder:
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        where "[x]" is any number
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