My computer is Sony Vaio laptop - VGN-A317S running XP.
Built into this computer are "Computer information centre and documentation", when I update ADOBE I cannot access these two programmes, a flash comes on the screen asking me to install ADOBE 7 and above, but this is no good ?
I then delete ADOBE update and reset the computer back to its original settings, I then can access these two programmes.
I need to update ADOBE to access some other programmes.
In the past I have tried contacting ADOBE, but they never reply ?
Installed on this computer is "Macomedia flash player Version 220.127.116.11, I know Adobe have taken over Macromedia, but with this programme I can access the two programmes not the new Adobe programmes.
How do I resolve this programme ?
This has nothing to do with Adobe. Your Sony software is simply hopelessly outdated and can't deal with newer versions of Acrobat or Flash.
Maybe you can download a newer version of that "Computer information centre and documentation" from SONY.