Recently upgraded my OS from WIN7 to WIN8. Acrobat X working OK stand-alone on my WIN8 64-bit system.
When called from IE10 to open a pdf document from a website, IE10 terminates with a "Internet Explorer has stopped working" message. Settings and add-ins appear to be OK.
Acrobat X works fine when launched stand-alone. Pdfs open as expected.
Acrobat being launched from IE-10 is where the problem occurs.
Don't think I am using 32-bit IE-10, but how can I tell? I see no 32/64
designation one way or the other in "about IE-10". I just went to WIN8 a
week or so ago, and It is a WIN8 64-bit upgrade. Seems to me that that IE
version should be consistent with the Win8 version as a by-product of the
AAX files, as I understand them, are audio files which I do not use.
By AAX, I was referring to Acrobat X. For 64-bit systems, you typically have to install the updates to fix some of the issues, particularly with OFFICE products. The current version is 10.1.4. I am also not sure about IE-10 and Acrobat compatibility. That may be the issue and it may not have been resolved for AA X.