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Adobe reader would not install--spent hours trying to load/reload. Finally, went to Control Panel, add/remove programs, removed getplus. Within 15 minutes reloaded and had Adobe 8 running.
I am not able to cplete the downloading of the Adobe Reader. It goes to 66% and then stops. I need the Adobe for my course work. I need help. Thanks
I need help to complete the installing or downloading of the Adobe Reader. It stops at 66% and I cannot get it to complete. Can you please help me with this. Thank you. Fran
Charles Lingk- Can someone tell me why receive the message
"Adobe unable to open file, it might be coded wrong" this always occurs after downloading an atchment from a E-mail. it does this every time an attempt to open a downloaded attchment some one has sent me on an E-mail.
I am using adobe 8.1.1 thanks,
I had the same problem.
Do the following: Adobe Reader 8.1.1 must be removed. Use the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility, which you can download from Microsoft. After you downloaded the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility
OPEN it up and highlight ADOBE READER 8.1.1. (Make sure you only highlight ADOBE READER 8.1.1) Click OK. The program is now removed. (Check it in add/remove. Next download Adobe Reader 8.1.2
Best regards Peter Huber
Can Anyone HELP !!!! WITH MY ORIGINAL QUESTION PLEASE???
Similar to this, maybe it will help:
Thanks for your suggestion Aandi but unfortunately it didn`t Work, Anybody else got any suggestions Please ,
I get "Adobe Reader update 8.1.2 failed to install."
I see there's not much help on here. Anyone at all have any ideas?
I cannot load any Adobe Reader Version. I get the following error message: "Windows cannot access the specified device, path or file. You may not have the appropriate permission to access the item.
Error I.D. # 6800.318.104.22.16896
have downloaded adobe 8 three times according to instructions only to draw a complete blank, no trace of program when I go to look for same. am totally pqed with this so called company & lack of any constructive advice. please x 5 can anyone help-am running windows vista basic.
Thankyou, regards Lorraine
I can help if you gor error 1402 about not having permission to update reg sub-key MSFS under:
Logged into my own account, I could see no sub-keys under Run even though I have Administrator rights. I logged in under the Administrator Account (the one under which Adobe was originally installed). Now I could see all sub-keys.
I installed Adobe Reader 8.1.2 successfully.
I rebooted and logged back in under my own account and can now see all sub-keys.
I suspect 2 things. Either my registry was corrupt and I lost the sub-keys (dont think so) or an update from say Adobe Reader 8.1.1 to 8.1.2 can initially only be done under the account that did the original install (I hope this is not the case). Good luck.