can you try uninstall, reboot and run the cleaner form
again using admin power ID look if you still have traces of acrobat reader in the application folder of all users, admin, your own ID
if needed manual remove them all after full backup,
reg query "hklm\software\adobe\Acrobat Reader"
reg query "hkcu\software\adobe\Acrobat Reader" form your regular ID
be sure there is not any
if there are, you best do a backup before deleting anything.
if all fails. do windows repair
Hopefully you have access to the owner id , admin ID, or
windows install disk/restore image along wiht all software install source
In response to both replies. I ran the Acrobat installer which I wasn't sure what that icon was on my desktop. It loaded in just fine. And as of right now the issue with that startup error message for Adobe Reader is gone. So hopefully all is well and that fixed it. Still will be paranoid though that it will come back. lol. Too many files for different things that just leave themselves there even when your done installing them.