Can you try and delete all the files and folders present in your Reader installation directory (by default its C:\Program Files\Adobe\Reader 10.0). Now try and repair the installation from within the Control Panel.
For Windows XP: Add/Remove Programs
For Win 7: Programs and Features
Does this solve the issue? If not, could you let me know the following information:
1. Is the process name actually: csrss.exe?
2. The OS you are working on?
3. If you are working on Win 7, then could you please get me the location of the process csrss.exe.
You can do the same by chosing to view the column "Command Line" from Task Manager (View > Select Columns)
i tried to repair/reinstall adobe reader 10.3.1 with no success. The workaround i found was to uninstall 10 and install 9.x.
1- there is actually 2 instance in the task manager that is created when opening a PDF, one point to acrord32 and the other to scrss. trying to kill the tasks fail.
2- has both XP and windows 7
3- CSRSS is in system32
I am having this EXACT issue!!!
We have been having it with versions 10.1.1 thru 10.1.3. I recently pushed 10.1.3 to our company via SCCM in hopes to repair this issue, but it is still happening with many of our users. I can not find any root cause. I was hoping Adobe would respond with a solution.
Any assistance is much appreciated
we had this problem at our company too. Adobe Reader 10 freezes at startup and cannot be killed using task manager. When looking for the process of the Acrobat window (2 windows are listed), one belongs to AcroRd32.exe and the other one to crss.exe.
So far, disabling "protected mode at startup" has always solved the problem (Win7 64bit, only SAP/Office installed).