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Adobe 7.0 problem.

When I click on Adobe the opening screen comes up and seems to freeze there forever.

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There are some possibilities of the cause. Try this first.
Uninstall through control panel --> add/remove software, choose your adobe program, then uninstall.
(After uninstall, it is good if you clean your computer and fix the registry with CCleaner)
Then do reinstall.
If it doesn't work, just let me know, don't give yet a point to my solution, otherwise the question will be closed.

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