Question about Dell Inspiron 1000 Notebook
Get another computer without the Adobe Reader (same OS language) and install temporarily Adobe Reader. Note on a scrap of paper what keyboard keys (Tab, Alt Y, Y, A, Alt A, Space...) are needed to position the cursor on the Accept button and continue installation.
Then just repeat the sequence on your Inspiron.
Otherwise, try blindly pressing Alt-A (for Accept), Alt-Y or Y (for Yes), and Enter key. Maybe one of them will work, if the default buttons in the dialog box are configured as per default.
You may also want to try pressing Alt-Space followed by Enter. Usually this allows you to move the active window using the cursor keys. It won't let you move the window too much out of the screen, but it's worth a try.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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