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I have two users on windows xp. I am able to open up AA onone user but not the other. it freezes up and will not configure. Why would I be able to use it on one user but not the other. I have uninstalled and reinstalled twice with out any change.

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  • Rechabite May 10, 2008

    It was working fine prior to today. Why would it freeze up all of a sudden?

  • Rechabite May 10, 2008

    It was working fine and now will not start up all of a sudden. I have been able to use on both users for the last two years. Why the change now?

  • Rechabite May 10, 2008

    Wat is parametered?

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User 2 needs to have full program admin rights for that program so that it can be ran its just getting hung up in the system cause its not paremetered

Posted on May 10, 2008

  • Christophe Thompson
    Christophe Thompson May 11, 2008

    adobe runs more than just one file in comp and adobe has updated drivers to be downloadede

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