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    Dec 4, 2009 9:44 PM   in reply to Bob TMT

    I have this same problem. But, in addition to this problem, I can no longer even open Acrobat. I am using Acrobat Professional 8.1.7 and Windows 7 - 64 bit. Everything seemed fine until I upgraded to Version 8.1.7. I activated it when I first installed it but since I can not open it, I can not deactivate it so that I can uninstall and reinstall it. Any suggestions?

     
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    Dec 5, 2009 4:26 AM   in reply to EGLAW

    When you uninstall the Acrobat, there is a window that comes up that reports

    the deactivation to Adobe, so that computer's use comes off the system.

    That enables you to reload it and there is an available use on the system

    that you just generated by the uninstall.  So you should be all set to

    uninstall it if you want to.  If for some reason it doesn't allow the

    reload, just call their customer service number and tell them what you're

    doing and they will set an exception on their system and you will be good to

    go.  They seem to be very accommodating.   I had a computer that died and I

    couldn't uninstall Adobe Pro, which meant I couldn't put it on the new one.

    I called them and they put the exception on their system and I was OK to go.

     

    What I did on my Sony that finally worked for me is:

     

    Uninstalled Adobe Reader 9.2

    Did a registry clean using the Sony Vaio Care feature they have

    Downloaded Adobe Reader 9.2 again from their web site

     

    My add ons now look like this.  They actually are in a chart format when you

    call them up through "Tools":

     

    Name          Adobe PDF

    Publisher     Adobe Systems, Incorporated

    Status        Enabled

    File date     Thursday, May 10, 2007, 9:47 PM

    Version       8.1.0.0

    Load time     0.03 s

     

    Name          Adobe PDF Link Helper

    Publisher     Adobe Systems, Incorporated

    Status        Enabled

    File date     Friday, February 27, 2009, 1:07 PM

    Version       9.1.0.163

    Load time     0.00 s

     

    Name          Adobe PDF Conversion Toolbar Helper

    Publisher     Adobe Systems, Incorporated

    Status        Enabled

    File date     Thursday, May 10, 2007, 9:47 PM

    Version       8.1.0.0

    Load time     0.00 s

     

    Name          Adobe PDF

    Publisher     Adobe Systems, Incorporated

    Status        Enabled

    File date     Thursday, May 10, 2007, 9:47 PM

    Version       8.1.0.0

    Load time     0.00 s

     

    My associations look like this (go to Tools....Internet

    Options...Programs...Set Programs....Associate a File Type)

     

    pdf   9.2

    pdfxml   9.2

    pdx   8.1

     

    Hope this helps.

     
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    Dec 5, 2009 10:27 PM   in reply to Bob TMT

    I fixed this on my Windows 7 64-bit PC. I am also running Acrobat Pro 8 and had installed Acrobat Reader 9.2. I was getting the same pop-up in IE.

     

    Solution: I first went into Control Panel and set the program default for PDFs from Adobe Acrobat Pro to Acrobat Reader. Then in IE, Manage Add-ons, I disabled the first Adobe add-on in the list, "Adobe PDF ... version 8.1." I think by disabling this it allows the next add-on in the list "Adobe PDF Link Reader" to open PDFs on web pages.

     
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    Dec 8, 2009 8:14 AM   in reply to Bob TMT

    I browsed the responses and didn't see our exact situation. We just pushed out an upgrade to Adobe Reader (and Acrobat, but the problem is with Reader) from 8.1.2 to 8.1.7. You'd think it would be pretty straight forward. About half of the people in the agency seem to get an error when they try to view a PDF in the browser, "There is a problem with Adobe Acrobat/Reader. Please exit Adobe Acrobat/Reader and try again." Sometimes when they click OK, the PDF opens. Sometimes not.

     

    We've unchecked the display PDF in browser, and that fixes some people. Others it brings up the Save dialog box and won't even open. We've repaired, uninstalled and reinstalled to no avail. The only thing that seems to work is leaving Adobe Reader open and then it all works fine.

     

    We're on Win XP SP2 & 3 and Adobe Reader & Acrobat 8.1.7.

     

    Any other ideas? People are getting pretty frustrated. You'd think an upgrade like this would be virtually invisible to the users. Argh!

     

    E Long Powell

    Austin, TX

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    Dec 8, 2009 1:52 PM   in reply to captain-morgan

    I am using Acrobat Standard 8.1 with Windows 7. In Acrobat: Edit, Preferences, Internet: unchecking both Display PDF in browser and Allow fast web view solved what has been this annoying problem for me. (I did also verify that IE 8 showed Acrobat as the PDF viewer).

     

    Adobe Help includes this statement:

    You can view PDFs in a supported web browser, or you can set your Acrobat Internet preferences to open linked or downloaded PDF files in a separate Acrobat window. If you open PDFs in Acrobat outside the browser, you cannot use Fast Web Viewing, form submittal in a browser, or search highlighting on the web.

     
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    Dec 30, 2009 9:47 AM   in reply to Bob TMT

     

    I had the same error using Windows 7 x32 with Acrobat Pro 8 and Firefox. Simply unchecking “Allow fast web view” (Acrobat>Edit>Preferences> Internet) seems to have solved the problem. Hope this helps some of you.

     
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    Dec 30, 2009 9:54 AM   in reply to mightyquinnabroad

    Thank you for the suggestion.  I tried it and Acrobat still crashed.   I'm not trying to read in a browser, I just want to catch up on all the continuing ed material that comes in pdf files. 

     

    Good New Year to you.

     
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    Dec 30, 2009 10:34 AM   in reply to R Rufus

    This Technical Note may help address the issue:

    http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/405/kb405461.html

     

    Also, the first version of Acrobat and Adobe Reader to support Windows 7 is version 9.2. Earlier versions of Acrobat and/or Reader are not supported.

    For more information on this, check out the FAQ at:

    http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/faq/

     
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    Dec 30, 2009 12:01 PM   in reply to LoriAUC

    I really do wish that Adobe would just come right out and say, "We're not supporting Acrobat 8 on Windows 7.  We're instead going to extort an upgrade fee from you for what should be just a simple fix."

     

    On the other hand, Acrobat 8 functions well enough for me under Windows 7 that I won't be upgrading any time soon - the kludge that Bob TMT describes above (unchecking "Display PDF in Browser") works well enough for me to not justify paying Adobe's extortion fee.  Yeah, it's not ideal, but then again - neither are Adobe's heavy-handed business tactics.

     
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    Dec 30, 2009 12:14 PM   in reply to jrfendrick

    Actually, if you read the FAQ section you'll find Adobe's policy for supporting versions of Acrobat and/or Reader earlier then 9.2. It is as follows:

    "... Adobe will support Windows 7 with Acrobat 9 and Adobe Reader 9. Adobe has tested Acrobat 9 and Adobe Reader 9 software on Windows 7 and found our solutions perform to our high standards of quality and performance.* Earlier versions of Acrobat and Adobe Reader may run on Windows 7. However, Adobe does not support Acrobat 8, Adobe Reader 8 or prior versions on Windows 7 and does not plan to release updates to those versions for Windows 7 compatibility."

     

    They also go on to note that you'll specifically need the 9.2 update for Windows 7 support.

     
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    Dec 30, 2009 12:32 PM   in reply to LoriAUC

    Actually, we're still on Windows XP, some on SP2 and some on SP3. Adobe Reader 8 works fine on WinXP. Everything was fine at version 8.1.2. We just recently deployed the upgrade, which entails installing the full version of Reader 8.1.3 and the 8.1.6 and 8.1.7 updates. People with Adobe Acrobat 8.1.7 seem to be fine. It's the people with Reader only.

     

    We've tried alternately unchecking "View PDF in browser" and/or "Allow fast web view". Where it prevents the pop up question for some, for others it brings up a dialog box with the only option to Save or Cancel.

     

    This is such a frustrating thing, especially since it isn't the latest version, as you all have noted. Thanks for the suggestions... if you think of anything else. 

     

    E Powell

    Austin, TX (sunny and ~60F outside right now!!)

     
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    Jan 3, 2010 9:24 AM   in reply to elongp

    I have had this issue since I installed Windows 7 x64 bit with Adobe 8.  I have been able to resolve this issue on my machine by installing Adobe Reader 9 on my 64 bit Windows 7 machine.

     

    When the installation finds out that you do indeed have Adobe 8 installed, it will ask if you would like to continue to use adobe 8 to read pdfs, but it will update the workflows (or something to this effect.)

     

    When the installation was complete - no more message and the pdf opened in the browser without issue!!!!!!

     

    I also verified that opening a pdf locally will open the pdf in Adobe 8 rather than Reader 9.

     

     

    If you have Adobe 8 installed and do not have Reader 9 installed, install the Reader and choose to continue to use Adobe 8 to read pdfs....worked like a charm for me!

     
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    Jan 6, 2010 12:00 AM   in reply to Bob TMT
     
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    Jan 6, 2010 5:38 AM   in reply to dnfox93

    Thanks, but this is not occurring for the people using Acrobat Pro 8.17. This is only occurring for people with Reader 8.17 only. And we are not upgrading to Reader 9 until we can (afford to) upgrade all of our Acrobat Pro licenses to 9.

     

    Anyone else with other ideas? Nothing is really working for us so far. Thanks for the suggestions so far.

     

    E Powell

    Austin, TX

     
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    Jan 13, 2010 9:19 AM   in reply to Bob TMT

    The issue persists in Acrobat Professional 8.2 running on Windows 7 x64.

     

    I have mitigated as previously described.

     

    In Acrobat - go to Edit -> Preferences -> Internet; deselect all three of the checkboxes "Display PDF in browser," " Allow fast web view," and "Allow speculative downloading in the background."  When using Internet Explorer, this will force all PDFs to open in an Acrobat window with no dialog boxes popping up beforehand.  If you're using Firefox as well, you'll need to change the PDF file settings to "Use Adobe Acrobat 8.1."  Once again, PDF files open in an Acrobat window, no dialog boxes.

     

    There's no good reason why you should have to upgrade to Acrobat 9 for Windows 7 compatibility.  Other software packages from a similar vintage (Fall 2006) run just fine on Windows 7 with little to no modification.

     
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    Jan 13, 2010 11:56 AM   in reply to jrfendrick

    Thanks for your reply. I had mentioned in an earlier post that we're still on Win XP SP2 and SP3, so it's not a Windows 7 thing for us. And unfortunately, nothing that you guys have posted is working for us. On the other hand, some people never have the problem. Like me, of course, the initial tester.

     

    Thank you all for your suggestions. If anything else occurs to you, please post a reply!

     

    E Powell

    Austin, TX

     
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    Jan 13, 2010 12:28 PM   in reply to elongp

    elongp,

     

    I just thought of something for you to check, if you're having the problem on XP.

     

    Do any of the affected XP machines have the Windows Automation API library update (KB971513) installed? This update contains the "Microsoft User Interface Automation (UI Automation) and Microsoft Active Accessibility libraries that are provided in Windows 7."  Conversely, do any machines not affected by the problem have the update installed?

     

    It may be a long shot, but it may be why you are getting the problem on XP machines when the rest of us are seeing it on Win 7 machines.

     
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    Jan 13, 2010 12:33 PM   in reply to jrfendrick

    Download Windows XP Mode will provie XP compatibility to Windows 7.

     
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    Jan 26, 2010 4:21 AM   in reply to Bob TMT

    I take a MS Publisher File and create a PDF File (Publisher->File->Publish as PDF or XPS).

     

    Recently, I started seeing this error message mentioned in this thread.

     

    To get around - I installed PDF Creator (free at SourceForge.net)... and installed "printed the PDF file - to a file".

     

    I no longer receive the error message when trying to view the PDF file.

     

    Obviously, this only addresses the files I create... but it also indicates their is something different in the lastest versions of Adobe Acrobat to Reader.

     

    Also - I cannot positively confirmed this yet - and I may completely wrong... but recently I noticed a Macrovision process starting up when I tried to open a PDF File - created in MS Publisher. The Macrovision process does not start when I open a file created in PDF Creator. If other people are not using MS Publisher to create the file... this might be an indicator coming for Adobe.

     
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    Jan 31, 2010 11:56 PM   in reply to Demester

    Ok here is the fix. Acrobat 8.1.7 obviously has a glitch on Windows 7. I am running Windows 7 Ultimate x64.

     

    1. Intall acrobat reader 9.3 (or latest version).

    2. Open Internet Explorer.

    • 2a. From the "Tools" menu select "Manage-Add-ons". Add-on types selected should be "Toolbars and Extensions".
    • 2b. Disable "Adobe PDF" extensions with a version of 8.x and make sure the ones with a version of 9.x are enabled.
    • 2c. I don't use the conversion toolbar. I print everything using bullzip pdf printer. You shouldn't need to disable that one.
    • 2d. Close all open internet explorer instances and then try it again.

    3. I also changed my local .pdf file association to use Reader 9.3. This should be an optional step.

     

    Cheers,

    SM

     
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    Feb 3, 2010 1:30 PM   in reply to Bob TMT

    I am running Windows 7 32-bit and Acrobat 8 Standard and having the same issue.

     

    I had to install Reader 9 and edit the reg key to point IE to Reader instead of Standard to make the error go away (editing the file associations in Control Panel did not work).

     

     

    - bb

     
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    Feb 4, 2010 12:50 PM   in reply to Bob TMT

    I've been having this problem forever.


    I've tried several different solutions on several different sites - and here is the simple one that worked for me:


    In Firefox:


    Go to Tools.

    Go to Options.

    In the Applications tab, where it says Adobe Acrobat Document, change it to "always ask"


    For whatever reason, it doesn't ask, but it opens.


    Go figure.


    Hope this helps someone else before they go downloading or copying and pasting .dll files

     
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    Mar 9, 2010 2:48 AM   in reply to Bob TMT

    Working on Windows 7 64 bit I couldn't get newly installed Acrobat 9 to open any PDFs within any browsers so I went back to 8 versions, and files would open but only AFTER displaying this error message. I tried one of the fixes mentioned above (disable "Allow fast web view” in preferences) and this seems to be working so far.

     

    I am amazed at lack of assistance from Adobe on Windows 7 64 bit issues.., call their help line and half the tech people will tell you that CS4, Acrobat 9 etc are not tested on W7 64 bit, despite plenty of documents on website saying they are. Tech help notes they send you are often useless as they only carry XP and Vista solutions.

     

    About time they caught up with supporting their products on the predominant OS!

     
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    Jun 7, 2010 11:20 AM   in reply to Bob TMT

    This is what worked for me, too:

     

    In Firefox, go to Tools > Options > in the Applications tab, reassociate all PDF options to your current version of Acrobat by navigating to the program itself (i.e., C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Acrobat 8.0\Acrobat\Acrobat.exe).

     

    Now, my theory for why this is occuring is that there was an update to Acrobat that did not reflect in the browser plug in (so I also agree about the others who say it's something with the browser plug in and Acrobat as well).  The reason I think this is because when I attempted to reassociate my files, only Acrobat 8.1 was listed and I know I had updated to 8.2.

     

    I am running Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, Acrobat 8.2.2, Adobe Reader 9.3.2 and Firefox 3.6.3.  It might be useful is others added this information to their posts as well.

     

    Edited to add: This only temporarily solved my issue.  The error has returned.  Maybe someday Adobe will figure it out and enlighten the users who support their products, too!

     
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    Jun 7, 2010 10:02 AM   in reply to Bob TMT

    Hi all.

     

    This is a solution to your problem.

    OS: Windows 7 -32bit

    CS 3 -Acrobat 8 Pro already installed- this causes the above described pop-up

     

     

    After spending quite some time on this issue I realized that the best way to go about it was to install Adobe Reader 9.0, and then upgrade to 9.2 and 9.3.

     

    Following are the steps that I followed and it worked.

     

    Download and Install Adobe Reader 9.0

    a.       Install the software

    b.      When asked which program you would like to use to read pdf files, choose Adobe Reader 9

    c.       Restart

    d.      Use internet explorer and browse to an online pdf file and open it.

    e.       Restart

    f.       Use internet explorer and browse to an online pdf file and open it.

    g.       Now you will not be able to open it anymore, and will receive a blank pop up window error.

    h.      Open up Adobe 9.0

    i.        Upgrade to 9.2

    j.        Restart

    k.      Use internet explorer and browse to an online pdf file and open it.

    l.        You should now be able to read pdf files inside your browser.

    Perform the rest of the updates and make sure you can read pdf files after each update

     

    This worked for me 100%

     

    p.s. if you happen to update acrobat 8 and the you end up not being able to read pds online anymore, go to Help-> Repaid Adobe Reader Installation, and that will fix Adobe Reader 9.

     

    Good luck!

     
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    Jun 7, 2010 10:09 AM   in reply to das90901

    Our agency is at Adobe Acrobat 8.22 and Adobe Reader 8.22. We do not plan on upgrading to 9 anytime soon. So unfortunately, that is not an option. Thanks anyway.

     

    >>> das90901 <forums@adobe.com> 6/7/2010 11:49 AM >>>

    Hi all.

     

    This is a solution to your problem.

    OS: Windows 7 -32bit

    CS 3 -Acrobat 8 Pro already installed- this causes the above described pop-up

     

     

    After spending quite some time on this issue I realized that the best way to go about it was to install Adobe Reader 9.0, and then upgrade to 9.2 and 9.3.

     

    Following are the steps that I followed and it worked.

     

    Download and Install Adobe Reader 9.0

    a.       Install the software

    b.      When asked which program you would like to use to read pdf files, choose Adobe Reader 9

    c.       Restart

    d.      Use internet explorer and browse to an online pdf file and open it.

    e.       Restart

    f.       Use internet explorer and browse to an online pdf file and open it.

    g.       Now you will not be able to open it anymore, and will receive a blank pop up window error.

    h.      Open up Adobe 9.0

    i.        Upgrade to 9.2

    j.        Restart

    k.      Use internet explorer and browse to an online pdf file and open it.

    l.        You should now be able to read pdf files inside your browser.

    Perform the rest of the updates and make sure you can read pdf files after each update

     

    This worked for me 100%

     
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    Jun 12, 2010 10:15 AM   in reply to Felix Schrodinger

    Thank you for this posting. I was able to solve my problem.

     
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    Jun 16, 2010 1:21 AM   in reply to Bob TMT

    I'm not sure if my solution will work for others

     

    OS: Windows 7 64bit

    Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional

     

    Right click on Acrobat icon on start menu and select properties

    Select Compatibility Tab

    Check run this program in compatibility mode for tab and highlight windows xp service pack 3

    Check run as administrator

    Select ok.

     

    It worked for me.

    Hope this helps.

     
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    Jun 16, 2010 9:52 AM   in reply to indie.chic

    Thank you. Well, I happened to click similar problem in the forum and found out also the solution. I went to the tool bar under options and defaulted to Adobe Reader 9.3. Problem solve.

     
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    Jun 23, 2010 10:24 PM   in reply to Bob TMT

    This may be a siple solution for some.

     

    I have Acrobat professional 8.x installed on windows 7. I was getting this very error message, but PDF's were opening about half the time anyway.

     

    I was having the problem in both IE8 and FF 3.6

     

    In IE, I found that I had 4 Adobe addons 2 of which were both called Adobe PDF. I disabled one. In doing so, it told me it would disable 2 others including the second Adobe PDF and offerred to disable the third.

     

    I unchecked all the boxes so hat it only disabled the one PDF addon. The problem went away an both browsers.

     

    I can't explain. I can only share the experience.

     
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    Jun 25, 2010 10:02 AM   in reply to Neo719

    Thanks for this information. I was able to resolve my ordeal by selecting the tools under option, application and defaulted it to Acrobat adobe 9. Now, I can view any PDF files.

     
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    Jun 27, 2010 5:22 PM   in reply to elongp

    I really do not understand the logic in not upgrading the Reader if you are having problems with it. Reader is free and there is no charge for the upgrade. You should not be installing both Acrobat and Reader on the same machines unless you have folks that can deal with the problems that arise -- not the typical user.

     
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    Jun 27, 2010 7:10 PM   in reply to Bill@VT

    I really don't understand why you don't understand.  Acrobat costs several hundred dollars, and Adobe has a new version every year or even sooner.  I don't want to pay that much recurring charges to Adobe for something like Acrobat.

     
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    Jun 27, 2010 10:46 PM   in reply to Bill@VT

    I agree with you. This is just pure business and they think I can't resolve the problem. But through this forum, I was able to solve it by going to the tools, application and defaulted it to Acrobat Reader 9.

     
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    Jun 27, 2010 10:47 PM   in reply to billrp

    I agree with you.

     
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    Jul 25, 2010 7:54 AM   in reply to Bill@VT

    I do not find anything in writing to support your saying that Acrobat and Reader are incompatible with each other. In fact, I'm pretty sure that when I installed Acrobat it installed Reader also. Please provide substantiation for this bizarre statement.

     
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    Jul 25, 2010 12:27 PM   in reply to poofyboy

    Can't view PDF on the web:

     

    "2. Remove all previous versions of Acrobat, and then reinstall.

    Adobe doesn't support multiple versions of Acrobat on the same computer. Multiple versions simultaneously installed can lead to software conflicts and errors.

    • Uninstall all versions of Adobe Reader or Acrobat and then reinstall only one version of either Reader or Acrobat."

     

    Problems installing, removing | Acrobat, Reader 9 | Windows

    Adobe Acrobat and Reader 9.1 Release Notes

     

    From experience, we know the web browser may engage the product you do not want to supply the browser plugin or there can be battling plugins for use in the browser.

     

    Also the recommendations apply to the initial distribution and could and do change because of version updates.

     

    Some of us have very carefully looked at the install and we are aware that there are many shared application and system libraries that can be corrupted by different variations or versions, that is different versions or variations use the exact same library names in the Windows or Acrobat folder and the libraries have different code within the library which could be incompatible with older versions. And fully removing the versions/variations and reinstalling only one product resolves the problem. Not much different from MS Office.

     

    Version 9 of Acrobat and Reader is the first version that Adobe said might be able to coexist on a single system, but one should not have older versions or older similar products installed.

     
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    Jul 25, 2010 2:14 PM   in reply to GKaiseril

    Thank for the information.

     
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    Aug 12, 2010 2:57 PM   in reply to Bob TMT

    This TechNote addresses this issue:

    http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/405/kb405461.html

     
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    Aug 13, 2010 11:46 AM   in reply to Jay_Armstrong

    You might want to check Adobe product operating system compatibility and follow the link for Reader and check the system requirements for each version. Windows 7 is only listed under version 9.3.3.

     

    Adobe Reader 9.3.3 system requirements

    #Windows

    • Intel Pentium® III or equivalent processor
    • Microsoft® Windows® 2000 with Service Pack 4; Windows Server® 2003 (32-bit or 64-bit editions) with Service Pack 1; Windows XP® Professional, Home, Tablet PC(32-bit or 64-bit editions) with Service Pack 2 or 3(32-bit or 64-bit editions); or Windows Vista® Home Basic, Home Premium, Ultimate, Business, or Enterprise with Service Pack 1 or 2 (32-bit or 64-bit editions)

    Adobe Reader 8.2 system requirements

    #Windows

    • Intel Pentium® III or equivalent processor
    • Microsoft® Windows® 2000 with Service Pack 4; Windows Server® 2003 (32-bit or 64-bit editions) with Service Pack 1; Windows XP® Professional, Home, Tablet PC(32-bit or 64-bit editions) with Service Pack 2 or 3(32-bit or 64-bit editions); or Windows Vista® Home Basic, Home Premium, Ultimate, Business, or Enterprise with Service Pack 1 or 2 (32-bit or 64-bit editions)

     

    And for Acrobat:

     

    Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader, and Microsoft Windows 7

    Do Adobe Acrobat 9 and Adobe Reader 9 support Windows 7?
    Yes. Adobe will support Windows 7 with Acrobat 9 and Adobe Reader 9. Adobe has tested Acrobat 9 and Adobe Reader 9 software on Windows 7 and found the solutions perform to our high standards of quality and performance.* Earlier versions of Acrobat and Adobe Reader may run on Windows 7. However, Adobe does not support Acrobat 8, Adobe Reader 8, or earlier versions on Windows 7 and does not plan to release updates to those versions for Windows 7 compatibility. Enterprise customers with a Gold or Platinum support plan can contact Customer Support for Windows 7 migration planning tips, best practices, and advice. Visit the support page for the latest product support information.

    *Adobe is confident that Acrobat 9.2, Adobe Reader 9.2, Adobe Connect™, Adobe Presenter, Adobe LiveCycle Designer, and Adobe 3D Reviewer will perform as expected. While we have performed expansive testing on Windows 7, there may be unexpected issues that were not discovered during our testing efforts.

     

    Do Adobe Acrobat 9 and Adobe Reader 9 require updates to be compatible with Windows 7?
    Yes. Acrobat 9.2 and Adobe Reader 9.2 are required for compatibility with Windows 7. Acrobat 9 and Adobe Reader 9 users will automatically receive this free update if their preferences are set to check for updates. The updates can also be downloaded from Adobe Product Updates at http://www.adobe.com/downloads/updates or by selecting "Check for Updates" from the Help menu of Acrobat or Adobe Reader.
    What about older versions of Acrobat and Windows 7?
    If you own Acrobat 6, Acrobat 7, or Acrobat 8 software, you are eligible for an upgrade to Acrobat 9. An Acrobat 9 upgrade can be purchased through your Adobe reseller or the Adobe Store. Upgrading to Acrobat 9 will ensure compatibility with Windows 7 and access to the latest product enhancements such as the ability to build PDF Portfolios, to create and track PDF forms, and to manage team collaboration working with additional services available with a free Acrobat.com services account. Acrobat 9 can be used to create high-quality PDF files from virtually any application and delivers one-click functionality from popular business applications such as Microsoft Office 2007, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Project, Microsoft Visio, and Lotus Notes. More information about upgrading to Acrobat 9 is available from upgrade page. Enterprise customers with a Gold
     
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