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"Error applying transforms. Verify that the specified transform




When i try to repair, update or uninstall affected versions of Acrobat or Adobe Reader, i get the error message, "Error applying transforms. Verify that the specified transform paths are valid."

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Run kb404307.exe on affected systems. Important: You should be logged in as an Administrator in order to use this tool.

  1. Download the kb404307.exe utility from the Adobe website.
  2. Double-click kb404307.exe to run it.

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