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My adobe do not work any more and i cant seen to get any uploaded for business. what do i need to fix abobe

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1. Click on "Start"
2. Go to "Control Panel"
3. go to "Add or Remove Programs"
4. Select your application
5. Click on "Change"
6. Select "Repair"

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