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When I try to install AdbeRdr812_en_US I receive an error regarding specified transform paths being valid. I am not computer literate enough to know what to do.

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  • Dave May 11, 2010

    So you are trying to install adobe reader 8.1.2 correct.



    Do you have an older version loaded?



    Have you uninstalled the old version?



    What OS are you running?



    What is the exact error message?



    PLeas epost back so I may try to assist

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From the way you wrote the adobe you are trying to install it looks like it may be a 3rd party download. Just try going to "Free Adobe Reader" which the newest now is 9.0. Look for the red adobe symbol. This site is trustworthy as long as you don't have a redirect in your browser.

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