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Adobe reader,version 8.1 will not open

Hi,

I've downloaded the latest version of adobe reader 8.1, however the programe will not open and I am unable to open up any pfd docs.

Please assist
samantha@pplum.co.za

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  • rcm999 Jan 01, 2009

    Same thing here - Adobe reader will not open on its own nor open any .pdf files. The problem started after I updated to 8.3. Now none of the earlier versions work either.

  • Anonymous May 16, 2009

    adobe reader will not work i just updated to windows vista and now i keep getting an internal error and adobe reader will not even open

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