This message is not an answer, unfortunately. I am receiving the same error when installing 9.2, but I also receive the error when installing 9.1, 8.1.0, and 8.1.3. The error I get from 9.2 is identical to yours. I have downloaded the installer with various browsers (voodoo solution suggested in another thread), all with the same result. Other suggestions include disabling anti-virus software before downloading, but you have bigger problems than this if your anti-virus software is altering files. I also unzipped the 9.2 installer with 7zip, but that didn't produce enough data to fudge the install manually.
For what it's worth, I'm surprised that searching for the Info ID brings back nothing. I can't believe we're the only two people who have gotten this error lately.
Running Windows XP Professional, SP3.
I had same problem. The fix was to uncheck the McAfee Virus Scan box at the begining of the down load. Now my problem is I can not print anything from the reader. Get a mising file error message and the reader window lock up. This happens with both 9.2 and 8.
I'm jealous that you got it installed. The error I received originally came from using the .exe download. I get a different error if I use the Firefox download manager with McAfee Scan Install disabled (I haven't tried with it enabled and I see no reason to). The error I get using the download manager is "Operating system error! (16248.103.5302.8000)." The error number means nothing to me or the internet. I click ok on the box, and it says the install was canceled.
And yet, "Adobe.com" managed to get installed using the manager. Funny how the thing you didn't ask for gets installed when nothing else does.
0 for 2 so far.
I would try using the IE download manager (which I'm sure is entirely reliable), but IE hangs on every Adobe page I try viewing with it.
I was able to get version 7 installed, which is able to view everything I need. I was able to view most everything with version 4, so I hope to hold out installing a later version for as long as I can.
Good luck to the rest of you.
I get the same error installing Adobe Reader 9 with FireFox 3.5.4 and AVG enabled. But the install completed and it seems to be working.
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