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I am having the exact same problem.
I used to have Adobe 8 Reader, but un-ininstalled it once I purchased the full Adobe Acrobat, because I thought there would be no need for it again.
Now I want it back, just so I can occasionally view my created PDF files in it to check for any problems that subsequent readers of a pdf file I've created reveal any compatability problems.
When I previously installed the reader, I placed it on a different drive. When I uninstalled it, it remained listed in the 'Add or Remove' window, but with no uninstall button within it's entry.
Now each time I attempt to re-install the Adobe Reader, I get the Error Window that says:
Internal Error 2753
I am going to create a similar post on this issue in the forum, with the only difference being that I will include ifo about my operating system.
If anyone from Adobe Forum Administration reads this topic, you now have at least 2 people staing the same issue, and would really appreciate a constructive response to this issue.
Hi! Have got a PC from somebody with Adobe pro 8, Photoshop cs3 and others from Adobe installed. Suddenly, opening a PDF made problem. Tried to uninstall Reader 8.1.0. but now comes this error message: "internal error 2753 updater.api_non_opt". So I can't neither uninstall nore use Adobe reader. Tried to install Foxit Reader 2.0 (PDF Reader alternative). Of course impossible because you first have to uninstall Adobe reader... If this a strategy of Adobe, it isn't a clever one because it creates negative feelings against this trademark.
I'm having the same problem also.... you now have several people with the same problem. Any suggestions would be most helpful.
use the installer that bypasses the download manager.
Would you please give us a step by step on how to bypass the download manager when installing the Adobe Reader? I'm not sure how to do that. Thanks so much
>Would you please give us a step by step on how to bypass the download manager when installing the Adobe Reader?
It's been posted a few times already. Search is your friend.