my computer is a Windows Vista (64 Bit) Sp1
It already had adobe reader 9 installed, but I decided to install Adobe Reader 9.1.
I don't know if it's the same version so this is what happened.
I downloaded adobe reader 9.1 and then I paused it and turn off the computer. The next day I tried to resume the Adobe Reader 9.1 with the adobe reader manager that was in my desktop, but I got an error message saying an add-on was being used and it had to close. Everytime I resume it always closes. I tried deleting the add-on ( get_atlcom Class, which is the add-on you have to download in order to get adobe reader 9.1) and installing it again, but the same Adobe Manager page that pops up with the add-on error comes on my screen.
this is the message that i get from the add-on error
Company Name: Adobe
it's something like that
can anyone help me with this error.
Or can I just simply remove(uninstall) adobe reader 9 and try to install it again?
If I were you, I would remove everything related with Reader by the method Pat Willener describes in the "can't install adobe reader" thread, and then download the version you want from the fpt site given by ~graffiti in the "Trying to download Adobe Reader but can't"...