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I lost my Adobe Reader 6.0.1 - Français.msi file. I think that I deleted it by mistake and I can not retreive it in my recycle bin! Thank you for your support Claire lanthier

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  • claire-585 Aug 12, 2008

    I still having problem because the system tries to find the .msi file and it does it exist on my computer.

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Two things to try:

1) you probably just deleted the short cut. Check in c:\program files\ then look for adobe. If you see a folder that says somethinglike adobe, then look for the .exe file. You casn then click that and get the reader to work.

From there, once you have it working, you can just make a new shortcut on your desktop. Right click on the desktop and choose new shortcut, then choose browse, and find that file again. That should be it.

2) You deleted the program completely, and you will have to download it again. http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html

(Personally, I would get foxit reader. It uses less resources: http://www.foxitsoftware.com/pdf/rd_intro.php )

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