Question about Adobe Computers & Internet
For that you need to uninstall it first completely from registry too. Revo uninstaller can do it. Download revo uninstaller from below link. Click here Downoload it from above link then install in computer then open it. Then select adobe and then uninstall then remove all registry keys when it ask for remove then restart computer and reinstall adobe then it will work again. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
You need to reinstall adobe completely.
It sounds like you can't do this because some adobe services are running. You need to stop these services before removing and reinstalling. To do so you need to open Microsoft Configuration Utility. Click "Start" then "Run" and type in "msconfig" then press enter. The utility will have several different tabbed screens, choose "Startup" and un-check the boxes next to any adobe software. One example is the startup item "Reader_sl", depending on the version of adobe and adobe software you are running the number and names of these startup items will vary.
Reboot your computer.
After the computer has restarted, be sure not to open up any browser windows or anything that will trigger an adobe program to run (any flash-based programs, websites, etc.)
Completely uninstall adobe, download a fresh version of the latest adobe software and reinstall.
You will no longer have an error.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2010
There will be an update because of security issues. Read this blog:
I suspect your problem is related to this issue.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
Hi the best way to remove the program would be in add and remove programs in the control panel, there should be an un-install for the program itself, if not your best bet would be to start your system in safe mode, then try running the un-installer as this program has in-bedded files and if they are running at the time, it will not allow you to remove the program until all instances are turned off, there is another way but its a bit long winded for you to do, but you can press ctrl alt del, and get the task manager up and then find anything that has adobe in it, but you might not get them all, as some files are named silly things that do not reassemble anything like adobe that's why its a bit hit or miss if you do not know what your doing, so i think you would be better off doing what i said , start system in safe mode then doing the add/remove programs....hope that helps
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
You'll have to do it manually.
To download and install adobe reader 10, click on the link below : http://download.cnet.com/Adobe-Reader/3000-10743_4-10000062.html
To download and install adobe flash player 10.1, click on the link below : http://tinyurl.com/2aqhgml
If you still face same problem then install revo uninstaller by clicking on the link below :
Way to run revo uninstaller
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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