I was having trouble installing the trial of InDesign CS5. It told me to uninstall then reinstall. It then would not even let me uninstall it. I tried to use the CS5 clean sweep and that did not work. I then made the biggest mistake of my life and called tech support and foolishly watched as some girl from India hacked my computer all to pieces from the inside! Now my microsoft office won't work and I can't download anything adobe! Not even reader. Here is an error message that I get whenever I try to download Adobe Reader:
Error 1402.Could not open key:
Verify that you have sufficient access to that key, or contact your support personnel.
CAN ANYBODY HELP?!
Your registry seems to be seriously corrupted. The only advice I can give you is to do a System Restore to a date before that whole thing started.
Thanks. I actually did that after I posted this and it restored everything back to normal. It's all working again. I just can't believe someone would go into the registry and start screwing around when they actually have no idea what they are doing. Adobe tech support is horrible.
Adobe tech support is horrible.
That - unfortunately - is a well-known fact