Question about Lenovo ThinkPad R51
Downloaded version with installation problems, every time a message is being shown that liscense agreement is not accepted, what to do?
Download 30 day trial from adobe then use the key you have with your registered adobe 8 version to register the trial version to the full version this should work it out for you
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DK50, your problems seem to stem from corrupted registry key(s). While this should fix your issue in the short-term, bad registry values are never a good sign. I would suggest you visit microsoft's site and search for a registry repair utilities for your operation system version such as http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=56d3c201-2c68-4de8-9229-ca494362419c&displaylang=en (windows 2000). As a rule of thumb I always recommend a complete fresh install every 2 - 3 years (at least) and of course only after backing everything up. Hope this helps. =)
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