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Can you clarify what you mean by "cannot download this new version"?
I think you need 8.1.1 for Vista.
I have tried to download Adobe Reader 8.1.1 for Vista four times and get the Error 1935. Does anyone have a fix for this. I am now sitting
with no reader since the install conveniently uninstalled 8.0. The error message is "An Error occurred during installation of Assembly. MicrosoftVC80.crt.version= "8.0.50727.163",type="win32".public key Token="1fc8b3b9a1e18e36".processorArchitecuture="x86". When I tried to install both the Adobe Download Manager Powered by getPlus and the
Windows Installer tried to install. getPlus got 92% installed before the error message 1935 came up. I am confused because on any other download, only Windows Installer was present. Any help would really be appreciated.
I am having exactly the same problem. I have a clean (metal-up) Vista installation and am trying to install the acrobat reader 8.1.1. It downloads fine, but the installation aborts at 92% with exactly the same error message text.
I haven't been able to find anyone that can help and I am still stuck as you are at 92%.. Technical would help but you have to pay $39 for it. We need to see if there is anyone outthere that has been successful in the download.
Error 1406 is causing a similar problem. I can't complete installation of 8.1.1 It tells me it can't access some key. That key doesn't appear to exist on my computer. Any help out there?
I have the exact same problem Saundra Ashley and I need to find a solution as well...
I have the same problem and this won't make you feel much better but I have an almost identical error message when trying to launch Windows Live Messenger on Vista. So it must be a Vista problem? I have taken this upon a Microsoft forum with no luck yet.
I have now sorted this on my new pc with some outside help but it wasn't too technical. My machine hadn't installed the 20 microsoft updates since machine manufacture, even though I thought the machine was set to update automatically. I had to do a product restore and start from scratch but it wasn't too painful. After that I just installed the updates from windows and all was ok. Hope this helps - mike
i have installed all of the updates available. What is a product restore and how do I do it?
The restore involves running the system disk which you should have received with your PC. It will say something like restore factory settings on it. This is what I did and then immediately connected to the internet and ran the microsoft updates - you will then have to reconnect your printer. If you have any data on the machine you should save it to a disk, other wise you will lose it. You should make absolutely sure that you have got the microsoft updates. You can either do this from the microsoft website (updates) or there may be an option on your start menu.
Hope you succeed
I just finished a chat with Dell support and, go figure, they solved the problem.
This is a Vista compatability issue. Until they fix this, the solution I was given seems like the best option.
I was given a link to a CNET download site for the Foxit PDF reader 2.2 I tried it out and it works fine.
for error 1935 try this it works
In Start- Search Box type "Command Prompt" and enter (don't type quotes)
Right click and select "Run as Administrator"
Then type and enter:
fsutil resource setautoreset true c:\
you should get message "operation completed successfully."
reinsatall Adobe Reader. NO ERRROR 1935