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I have installed the Adobe Reader 8.0 to my system. Whenever I am trying to open any pdf via web it is showing an error as 'Could not launch the Acrobat reader'. When I tried to uninstall. I am not able to uninstall too. Getting error that AcroRead.msi not found.
Please suggest what to do ?
We use a similar system, even using a .pdf form to capture data. The last reliable version of Reader for this process was v 7.1
It has been hit-or-miss with v8.
We are having our users uninstall all versions of Reader, then installing v7.1 until we can drop the use of .pdf forms
Trying to get audio files from the Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, (www.ca9.uscourts.gov) down loaded to my desk top. Tried first file number. Down load occurred but Adobe Reader 7.07 immediately notified me on my desk top, quote: "Adobe Reader could not open '(number.wma)' because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been damaged (for example, it was sent as an email attachment and it wasn't correctly decoded)." No email was involved. I have a MAC OS X, iMac G5 10.3.9. Others with iMac's have been sucessful. Can anyone help me out?
Reader only opens pdf files. You need something else to hear wma files.
Windows comes with its own media player, Windows Media Player should do
the trick. On the Mac, I think Itunes and/or Quicktime will play Windows
Media files. In the future please start your own thread rather than
posting on another's thread when your problem is unrelated to the topic