I get this message when I try to run adl.exe:
'AIRSDK\bin\adl.exe' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
When I look at adl.exe, it has 0 bytes. It used to work fine. Something wiped it out. The same exact thing happened on my previous system (Windows Vista, current system is WinXP). Is it virus protection (Symantic AntiVirus 10.1.0.394)? I don't see any logs for it getting wiped out in virus protection or system events. Is it a symptom of an Adobe vs .NET battle? Anyone else have this problem?
adl.exe got wiped out again taoday when I first tried to use it. The file has 0 bytes and its date is the time I tried to use it. Not sure if it was empty before I tried to use it, or whether it was wiped at the time I tried to access it.
... but then I realized I was not paying attention to some text I pasted into the command prompt. I was including a "c:\>" with the paste, so the final command executed was: "c:\>c:\>AIRSDK\bin\adl.exe ..." which will write something into adl.exe, which is bad, and the reason adl.exe is wiped out.
Thanks for letting us know.