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I don't have an answer to your question, maybe someone else does.
What I did want to comment on, though, is that surely it was unnecessary to
uninstall a program to speed up your computer? It would have been sufficient
to leave it on your harddrive and not run it--that doesn't take up any RAM.
It won't slow up your computer unless it has some components in the startup
Unfortunately, even when the program wasn't running, the computer became rather slow. I don't know much about computers, so I did what I could. I'm not sure why it slowed my computer down that much even when it wasn't running, but like I said, I just went ahead and uninstalled it since I won't be needing it until later.
Try removing all remains from previously installed Reader versions using the Windows Installer CleanUp Utility ( http://support.microsoft.com/kb/290301 ), then try again to install the version you want.
Sometimes it helps to do a "repair" installation from Add/Remove Programs (Change) to restore the full functionality of any damaged program installation.
Alright, it works now.
Thanks for all of your help.