This is a new Dell Vostro computer with Vista. I have downloaded Adobe 9.0. When a file is sent to me and I try to open it, I get a list of programs to open it with, but none of them work. Adobe is not on the list. On another computer with XP it is opened correctly with Adobe 6.0. Please tell me what to do.
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Could be your Outlook profile got corrupted somehow. If you use your account settings on another PC w/Outlook does the trouble follow? Or is it strictly w/your PC? Obviously, other profiles are working fine (your partner's). One solution might be to backup your .pst file to the C: drive or a USB drive, completely delete your old profile, and build a new one. Once your confirm that email is working properly, then attempt to reload your old .pst file to get all your old email back.
Something else you could try is to open Outlook in Safe Mode. This will run Outlook with minimal addons in order to eliminate the possibility that some sort of addon is the culprit.
You can use one of these methods to start Outlook using a command line switch: Hold Ctrl key as you click the Outlook shortcut. If you use Vista or Windows 7, type outlook.exe /safe in the Start Search field on the Start menu then press Enter.
Try to uninstall the Adobe Flash Player Active X and Plug in and then reinstall it as there could be traces of previous versions in the computer which are interfering and making it difficult for the browsers to properly display videos on your computer. You can do this from the computer user settings and manipulating the "Add/Remove" programs list.
-- Try to use Flash Player 9 is your Flash Player 10 is not working fine. You can simply download it from the Adobe web site.
-- Update the drivers, the link is given below which would ask you to download the file through internet and run it on your computer.
-- The problem behind the Shockwave Flash crash could be your sound drivers. Follow these steps:
1) Open Device Manager 2) Look for the sound-card device 3) Note down the name for that device 4) Just uninstall the it. 5) After uninstalling restart your machine. 6) Your Windows 7 or Windows Vista would automatically download and reinstall the sound driver. You can also do it manually through approaching the sound card company's web site.
-- Fix your Windows Registry which is a highly recommended thing you should do to find a quick and reliable fix for common PC errors and crashes.use registry cleaner reginout
Have you tried to update your Adobe from their website? Could solve the problem. Could also be a problem when you loaded them from Filezilla. Under properties on the file, maybe selecting the version of program you want to open it could help.
I had this same problem and found this solution (that worked!):
If your "Sent" file folder is overfull (it can only hold about 2G), OE can't file the sent message so it retains it in the "Out" mailbox. To see the size of the files in your "Sent" folder, go to your Outlook Express "Store" folder (in OE click on "Tools/Maintenance/Store Folder" then copy the information that shows where this file is located; then go to "Start/Run" and paste this information into the "Run" window; this will take you to your "Store" folder). Right-click on the file folder titled "Sent Items.dbx." It will show you the file size.
If you have too much information stored in this file folder, go back to your OE view and either delete some files from your "Sent" file folder or move them to a new folder. However, you must then "Compact All Files" (Click on "File/Folder/Compact All") in order to actually clear the space in the folder.
Here's the fix if when you send an email attachment from another application it gets stuck in the Outlook Outbox...
Tooks us a long time to come up with it but great to have! It's fixed in Outlook 2007.
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