I am trying to download Adobe and no matter what I do it says "no action list found". I have uninstalled the Adobe that I had and thought that might solve the problem. I have tried at least 12 times, I have followed as many of the suggestions as possible and still no luck. Please someone must have the answer.
Hi, Thanks for getting back to me about my query. I have Windows XP 2003, I use either Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. I am trying to download Acrobat Reader. When I try to look at documentation in Ancestry.com (something I had no problem doing, up until 3 weeks ago) it says that I don't have a reader, it then says that I can download from there, so I press install now, when I do this it goes through the process gets to the end and then says, sorry no action list found. My other problem is when I try to look at any of my pictures or email attachments of pictures it says that the file is not a supported file type or has been damaged when emailed,and that it can't open, but it says the same thing when I look at my own pictures that haven't been emailed.
Tried again this morning and it says “This product is already installed”. When I try to open a file it tells me that it is supported a supported file type and that it has been damaged when emailed. This is probably some other issue. I just want to thank you for your help and assistance.
And is it working; can you successfully open PDF files?
If not, try uninstalling it using the Acrobat Cleaner Tool from http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/acrobatcleaner.html
Then install it again with the installer from my earlier link.
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