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Can not get my adobe reader 8.1,it says that i need a patch

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  • 12beerz Jun 09, 2008

    It seems far more complex than your solution.Because it still won't download.But thanks for your offer of assistance.It was appreciated.

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You may update your software so that it will examine the patch needed for your adobe reader

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Adobe taking long time to load and when i try to click on it from the start menu it says the patch is not working


re-install the patch. if that fails, use add/remove to remove the program and then get the latest reader form adobe.
or you can try tghis other reader

http://www.download.com/Foxit-Reader/3000-2079_4-10313206.html

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My Adobe reader 8.1.1 will not open. I get error message that the patch package file is damaged and cannot be fixed. I am unable to uninstall Adobe Reader 8.1.1 and cannot Install 8.1.2 nor any patches....


Hello there.
This problem happens often. Please try the following steps to resolve the issue.

1) Restart your computer.
2) When the machine first starts again it show some white text on a black screen, before the Windows logo appears. Gentyl tap the F8 key repeatedly _before_ you see the windows logo until you are presented with a Windows XP Advanced Options menu.
3. Select the option for Safe Mode using the arrow keys.
Then press enter on your keyboard to boot into Safe Mode.

Now that you're in your computer in Safe Mode, go to your Control Panel and select Add/Remove Programs and chose Adobe Reader 8, which should uninstall properly now.

Hope this helps.

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it sounds like the application that is needed to uninstall the version 8 is corrupted or missing. Try reinstalling version 8 first then uninstall it before loading version 9. If you can reinstall version 8 and it asks you if you want to repair or install, choose install to get all of the files back before uninstalling it again. Always uninstall from add/remove programs. If deleting it from program files instead of uninstalling it correctly it will cause problems.

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I am having a problem using the Adobe Reader - I get an error report that says the following "This patch package could not be opened. Verify that the patch package exists and that you can access it or...


Have you already installed the program? Have you gone to add remove programs and tried uninstalling the program then re-install it? 8.1.2 is out so here is a link to the full install. Try those solutions and see what you come up with. If it does not work I will need to know what Operating system you have.
Good luck,
Lee

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http://www.download.com/Flash-Player/3000-2378_4-10001055.html

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I am having a problem with Adobe Reader 8.1.1. I am using Windows XP. Originally the program ran fine, but lately when I click on a link on a website that uses Adobe Reader I get a message that says...


do you the original installer of your adobe reader?

if you..when uninstalling adobe and the error occurs just browse for the .msi in your adobe installer and hit ok...

after it uninstall...download foxit reader and install it instead of the adobe reader....

hope this helps

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