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Since installing the latest version of adobe reader, the software crashes when trying to open pdf files...'not responding' error.

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De-install Adobe reader & re-install - some problem occurred during download or installation.

To de-install (under Windows XP):
START > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs or Windows Components > highlight
"Adobe Reader X" > L-click "Remove" (button)

Download & install Adobe Reader per the manufacturer's instructions.

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Do you have Flash Player;
http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/
You ought to get it, and do you have Java? Thats updated? All these things work hand in hand. One thing about all these is that they can be kinda tricky to download. If you had/have a prior version of the Raeder you have to uninstall it before the new install. So if you had prior software, uninstall both new and old and reinstall new. You also ahve to be out of all apps when downloading,ie; Internet Explorer, Mail services like MSN Messenger, Yahoo, etc. taht will interfere with download. When you do download if you in something thats hindering download, you will have a window pop up with a list of things to get out of. You can do that by minimalizing and coming back to finish. If this doesn't help you let me know at "add a comment"
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Go to control panel of your PC then click add/remove programs. Remove the software of the adobe reader in the list. download adobe reader 8 or 9 version then install it.

Posted on Mar 28, 2011

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