That's the default link in the Adobe Reader, but everytime I click on it, Windows throws up an error about "DNS error... whatever!" It's a dead link.
That never happened with my earlier version of Adobe Reader.
And, to make things even far worse, suddenly my Windows Explorer.exe (Not Internet Explorer) crashes whenever I try to look at files on my hard drive!
This all happened after I installed the Adobe Reader 9.3xx. Before that, my system worked just fine!
I uninstalled Adobe, Flash, and anything else related to the company. I'm fed up. I have no idea whatsoever on how to get my Windows XP Home Edition (SP2) working properly again! Microsoft is no help whatsoever, either. They have no clue on supporting typical users. They devote all their resources to developers; the proof of that is the so-called Microsoft "Knowledge Base." What a joke it is. Normal people can't understand that convoluted pile of...
Kreelor wrote:I have no idea whatsoever on how to get my Windows XP Home Edition (SP2) working properly again! Microsoft is no help whatsoever, either.
Windows XP SP2 is no longer supported by Microsoft; you need to upgrade to SP3 to be eligible for support.
However, to fix your Explorer problem, try the System File Checker; open a Command Prompt and type
P.S. once you upgraded to SP3 you can also use tools like http://fixitcenter.support.microsoft.com/ to fix Windows problems.