Try updating Firefox first. If you're not sure which version you have and you have the interface which has the oblong orange Firefox button top left, press the ALT key to get the text links and then click "Help", then "About Firefox".
If you don't see the oblong orange Firefox button, just click "Help", then "About Firefox". In both cases, it should show version 8.0.1
If you have an older version installed, go to http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/fx/ and download 8.0.1
If you already have that version, then close Firefox before you attempt to install Adobe Reader.
Doesn't work. Just tried it.
Can you do the following please.
- Download the update file to you desktop.
- If you're using the Firefox layout which has the oblong orange Firefox button top left, press the ALT key to get the text links.
- Click "File" and then in the list, make sure "Work Offline" is not checkmarked. If it is, click that menu option to remove the checkmark.
- Click "File", then "Exit".
- Run the installation file again.
Tried; didn't work. And this time, the URL code was http://127.0.0.1:1134/app/adobe/_js/adobe.js.
Doesn't anyone have some kind of alternate download that I can use, like with what I've had to do for the last ten updates of Adobe Flash Player?
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Try doing this because Firefox appears to be using a Proxy server to connect:
- If you can see the oblong orange Firefox button, press ALT to get the text links.
- Click Tools | Options | Advanced | Network (tab).
- Click the Settings button and then click "No Proxy" at the top.
- Click OK to exit.
The user with the upside down name posted the full version download link.