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When I want to open a PDF File sent to me from anywhere, my internet freezes immediately(every time!!) & says "Adobe has experienced an error & has to shut down". At which point, the program ends itself & the internet shuts down. It says "do you want to report this error?" We always click "yes", but this has not stopped the problem occurring.

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Uninstall adobe and go to google and type in free download for adobe reader it will give you alot of hits but pick the first one, you will have to reinstall it but it will give you the newest adobe reader

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