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If Adobe still will not work....
Go to CONTROL PANEL>ADD REMOVE PROGRAMS>SET PROGRAM ACCESS AND DEFAULTS and choose windows media or realplayer as your default media player...it is just as likely that an Adobe update caused this as SP3.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Check for Highjackers, Malware, Viruses, or anything else that could have screwed with the OS. Sounds to me you had something wrong with your computer before SP3 was added. Personally if it was me I would back up all my data to a CD or thumb drive and wipe the computer clean and start over. You could try System Restore and remove SP3 but that only bandaids the issue.
Have a good one.
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