The Error 130:11 on launch for Acrobat X or Flash Builder can be resolved by installing the 22.214.171.124 update to the Adobe Application Manager available for download/installation here:
While installing the newer version Adobe Application Manager made the 130:11 errors go away, on my installation these errors were replaced by Acrobat X Pro crashing without any messages whatsoever. After subsequent uninstall and reinstalls, I then got Acrobat X Pro running, but only after clicking through several error message windows about unavailable plugins.
I now have what I hope is a stable Acrobat X Pro installation. I found that in order to get a working install, I first had to uninstall my Wacom tablet driver (Intuos5, but the same driver is used for earlier models). I've posted a new thread detailing what finally worked for me under my Win7 x64 installation.
I’m still having basically the same issues after installing the newer version of Adobe Application Manager.
The software will just shut down with no message. And randomly I get the 130:11 error message.
I apologise if you are still facing problems with Acrobat.
With new Adobe Application Manager take the following steps:
If you still get the same problem again, then we can have a session to resolve the issue.
I have tried both solutions and uninstalling acrobat/re-installing..yes, have the newest AAM, do not get a screen asking me to sign-in when I start any other Adobe program. I uninstalled Acrobat and reinstalled it. I de-activated other adobe products and re-activated them too. still the same error. I have been using Acrobat fine up until a couple of weeks ago. At this very moment I am still on hold with Adobe Tech support,...going on 2 hrs. I was told it would be an 8-10 min wait but still haven't talked to anyone. After going over this situation with 3 levels of support in live-chat, they recommended I call tech-support after I told them I was still on hold with them then for an hour and 45 mins at the time... Can someone help?
after 2:10 mins I figured it was hopless. I called back and punched the no. for sales, a person picked right up and I spoke to a nice woman who, after I told the stuation put me on hold. I called back to sales, again someone picked right up, and the nice man said that because I got him he could put me to the head of the tech support line and put me on hold. I after a while I talked to someone that asked me what my issue was, put me on hold, asked a few other questions about the problem said she would have to transfer me..I said ok (ugh) and was met with a recording that told me the business hours and said to call back. ....over 2.5 hrs.
When you open a Creative Suite 6 (CS6) application that is part your Creative Cloud membership, you see a message stating you are running a trial.
# Important: You must be connected to the internet to perform the steps below. Please select a following product when requested to launch a CS6 Suite product: Photoshop, After Effects, Premier Pro, InDesign, Flash Professional, Illustrator, and Dreamweaver.
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