the best answer is get away from Adobe.
You have been given an answer to your original post, which you have chosen to ignore.
If you prefer a more complex solution to your registry corruption problem, follow the instructions in this article http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/329/329137.html
You say and I quote, "You have been given an answer to your original post, which you have chosen to ignore."
This is totally incorrect. I followed the suggestion very carefully BUT it did not work. Plus I have tried all other suggestion
that I thought would correct my problem that I have read on this forum... and they did not work.
Plus you say that "I was given an answer to my post" which I am thankful for...but I am NOT
looking for an "answer" I am looking for a SOLUTION to the problem. I believe that as a loyal Adobe customer we all
deserve a comprehensive solution and not the type of insinuations that you seem to infer. Shame on you!
This is a user-to-user forum, and we are all fellow users trying to help each other. But with your tone and attitude I doubt you will get much more help here.