Moving this discussion to the Acrobat Installation and Update Issues forum.
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Can you open any PDFs? Did you update AAX, a typical requirement for 64-bit system? Are you using 32-bit IE10?
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.
I am using Acrobat X 10.1.4, and when I click on "Check for update", I
receive a "no updates available" message.
There may be an issue with IE 10 and AA X. You might try to update or repair both. It might be worth trying to deactivate the Acrobat macro in IE 10 to see if that helps.