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I have re-installed this more then once to stop this problem and it never ends. Ever time I attempt to open a webpage that is using adbobe it shuts down.

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Hi Leal, It's getting late but are you saying that when you attempt to open a pdf file (adobe acrobat document) the web page closes or hangs? If that is the case my users have issues all the time when trying to open large a pdf file. For us a simple solution has been to right click on the file link, select 'save target as' and save to your desktop. You can then double click on the saved file and browse through the biggest of documents without the browser 'locking up' or crashing. Let us know if that is in fact your issue and please don?t forget to rate the posting.

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When opening any pdf file internet explorer gets stop working and browser restart. Reader.exe faulty module


Check for any updates and optional updates in control panel.
Run Windows Update in Windows 7

Using Windows Update in Windows 7 keeps your laptop and desktop computer safer.
Microsoft periodically releases updates and security fixes.

By loading these updates, you are keeping your Windows computer safe from viruses, spyware and malware.

With Windows Update, you have the ability to download updates and choose when to install, automatically have updates applied, check for updates only and/or never check for updates.

Click "Start," "All Program" "Windows Update."
Alternatively, you can click the "Start" orb and type Windows Update in the instant search box.

Windows Update appears in the list for you to choose.
Click "Check for updates;" it is located on the left hand-side of the open window.

Windows 7 begins checking for updates.
They are categorized as important and optional.
Click the "Important Update" link and choose all that apply.

Once you are finished choosing your important updates, click "OK."
Click the "Optional Update" link and choose all that apply.

Once you are finished choosing your important updates, click "OK."
Click "Install updates."

Windows 7 downloads your updates and installs them.
A reboot of your computer is required once the update process is complete.
You might also try this for IE 7 not sure about IE 9
Fix Adobe Acrobat or Reader 9 Crash on Internet Explorer 7 Problem

Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader 9 enable the computer to view PDF files.
These applications also install an add on, or plug in a small software that adds extra features to a programto Internet Explorer 7, enabling IE7 to load PDF files from within the browser.

If conflicting add-ons are installed to the browser, or if the Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader software is not properly installed, however, IE7 will crash whenever it attempts to load a PDF.

Open Internet Explorer.
Hold down "Alt" to show all of the toolbars.

Click "Tools" from the menu bar.
Click "Internet Options."

Go to the "Advanced" tab.
Click "Reset" to revert the Internet Explorer 7 settings to default.

Click "OK."
Restart Internet Explorer after resetting the browser.

Return to the "Tools" menu and click "Manage Add-ons."
Wait for all of the add-ons to load in the right pane, then look through the list to find the add-ons labeled "BHO" or "Browser Helper."

Click each add-on with "BHO" or "Browser Helper" in the name, then click "Disable." Restart IE when finished.

Download the Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader 9 software from the Adobe website, if you do not already have the setup program on your computer or on disc.

Click "Start."
Click "Control Panel."

Click "Programs," then click "Programs and Features."
Scroll to "Adobe Acrobat" or "Adobe Reader 9."

Right-click the program. Select "Uninstall" from the context menu.
Follow the onscreen directions to remove the software from the computer, then restart the PC.

Log back in to Windows and click "Start."
Click "Computer."

Navigate to the folder where the Adobe setup file is saved or insert the Adobe Acrobat CD.
If the file is saved on the computer, double-click the file to launch the installer.

Follow the onscreen prompts to reinstall the plug-in to Internet Explorer 7.
Restart the PC when the installation is complete.

Open Internet Explorer 7 after booting to Windows.
Open a PDF file from within the browser to test the browser.

http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/331/331025.html

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Problems Installing Adobe Flash Player For Firefox


The MSCONFIG file shows programs (and other services) which are scheduled to load at system startup. But that doesn't tell you which programs and services are currently running.

If you launched the Firefox browser, and then closed it, it's possible that the application file may still be open (running), even though the browser window is no longer visible. (Like other large programs, Firefox doesn't always shut down properly.) Fortunately, it's easy to check on that, and to terminate the application if necessary, by using the Windows Task Manager.

In Windows, right-click on the taskbar (at bottom of screen), and select "Start Task Manager". Then click on the "Processes" tab, and scroll down to see if "firefox.exe" is listed. If so, highlight that entry, and click on "End Process". That will terminate all Firefox processes, so other activities (such as Adobe Flash installation) should be able to proceed.

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See also this Firefox help file:
http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Firefox%20is%20already%20running%20but%20is%20not%20responding

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1st: can't open gmail w ie; 2nd ie keeps shutting down


Hi, It seems that you might have installed some addons for IE and now you are in the situation. All you need to do it open Internet Options from Control Panel. Then in Advanced tab, click on Reset. Resetting Internet Explorer resets all settings to manufactures' default and in the process you will lose all saved passwords on Internet Explorer and you will have to re-enter them again upon use. Once done, fire-up IE and click on Tools menu > Internet Options and reset IE from Advanced tab once again from here as well. It means you will reset IE two times, first from Control Panel and then from IE window itself. Once done try to use IE and see the result.
However there are few addons available with Mozilla Firefox that resembles IE inside and opens all webpages that requires IE only. Download Coral IE Tab from: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/10909
Installed the addons and switch the view to IE to open all webpages that supports IE only.
Cheers!

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Why, when I open any document (Excel or Word) does


no, doubt you have a virus, but you can go to avast.com and download the newest free home version of this program and install it. Then you can scan your comptuer for virus.

also lets try this to stop the other issue, go to adobe.com and download the newest version of adobe reader. maybe the install fie for that is just corrupt or something and is sending everything in a loop.

good luck
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Adobe photoshop 7 either stops working and closes or causes my computer to freeze up completly


There are many reasons why a computer may freeze or completely crash. The most common reason is an overload in the memory. Computers have a set amount of memory to work with (this is their RAM, or "Random Access Memory"). If you attempt to do more with the computer than it's capable of handling at one time, it may "crash" in an attempt to save itself. Generally, the cause of this is generally that too many programs are running at once for the computer to handle. If you are not using a program, close it. Conflicts between programs are other well-known reasons for crashes. Programs such as virus detectors are notorious for conflicting with other applications and utilities. If you notice that crashes are occurring while the same two programs are running, try to avoid running these two programs at the same time.
What Can I Do?
  1. Take Notes
    Your first step should be to pay attention to what was happening at the time of the freeze or crash. Try to isolate the program that may be causing problems (this can help prevent a further, more damaging, crash). Is there a history of problems with a particular program (or combination of programs) on your computer? Were too many programs running at once? Was it a particular task you were trying to do? See if you can form a hypothesis about the cause. By understanding what may have caused it this time, you can attempt to avoid future, similar occurrences.


  2. Try to End the Program
    Windows provides a "Task Manager" that lists all current programs in operation. In Windows 9x & ME, this menu is brought up by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete at the same time. In Windows 2000, after pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete, click the "Task List" button. In this menu, you can attempt to individually close programs that are causing problems. If programs are unresponsive, Windows will attempt to notify you of this in the Task Manager.
    If you are able to effectively close the program causing problems, save your work in all other open programs, and reboot your computer. This will help to prevent further crashes, and give your system a clean slate to work from again.

  3. Reboot
    If you are not able to effectively close the program in question, you have several options. Please note that any changes in unsaved documents WILL be lost in a system reboot. With the Task Manager open, try pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete once more. Windows will attempt to reboot itself.
    If the Task Manager does not respond, you still have a few options. Check your computer's tower to see if there is a "Reset" button (it will be in the general area of the normal "Power" button, and should be slightly smaller than it). Press the "Reset" button, and your computer should reboot.
    If you are unable to find the "Reset" button or do not have one, there is one final option to pursue. Find the "Power" button on your computer's tower. Press and hold this button. You will need to hold it for a few seconds (sometimes up to ten full seconds). At some point, your computer should shut down completely. If nothing happens, keep holding the button. Do not press and let go without giving the computer a fair chance to shut down.

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OK gud....try to install latest adobe flash player and as well as new yahoo toolbar.....than with All New Yahoo Mail....better luck..

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banjomorris/svetlana,

Press ctrl+alt+delete together to open up the task manager.
In task manager go to the processes tab.
in the processes tab scroll down to find iexplore in the list.
right click on iexplore and click on end process and confirm end
attempt a installation again

I hope this helps
regards
keshey

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When I want to open a PDF File sent to me from anywhere, my internet freezes immediately(every time!!) & says "Adobe has experienced an error & has to shut down". At which point, the...


uninstall adobe and go to google and type in free download for adobe reader it will give you alot of hits but pick the first one, you will have to reinstall it but it will give you the newest adobe reader

thanks tazman
hope this works for you

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