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What is the difference between Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Acrobat Reader

Q: What is the difference between Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Acrobat Reader

Adobe Acrobat 4.0 was on my computer when I bought it. I have Windows ME. Recently I downloaded a free copy of the Acrobat Reader 6.0 but Adobe Acrobat is not free. Is Reader a part of Adobe Acrobat? Should I buy an updated version Adobe Acrobat and if so, what would be the advantage of doing so

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A: What is the difference between Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Acrobat Reader

Adobe Acrobat is the full version which allows you to create and edit pdf files. Reader is free and is just the viewer that allows you to read pdf documents someone else has created. If you still have the full version of 4.0 it should still work fine for creating simple pdf documents. The advantage of upgrading is that 4.0 is no longer supported by Adobe and the more recent versions (they're up to 7 now) have many more features. You should keep your version of the Reader current because older versions of the Reader may not be able to open documents created with the newer versions of Acrobat. But if you don't use Acrobat very much for creating and editing (and it sounds like you don't), I don't see any need to purchase an upgrade. Hope that all made sense.

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A critical vulnerability exists in Flash Player and earlier versions (Adobe Flash Player and earlier for Chrome users) for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Solaris, Adobe Flash Player and earlier versions for Android, and the Authplay.dll component that ships with Adobe Reader and Acrobat X (10.0.2) and earlier 10.x and 9.x versions for Windows and Macintosh operating systemsContinue reading Security bulletin

A:Security Advisory for Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Reader and Acrobat

This further enhances the point that these software mfg's need to start putting security first when they build their code.

It's completely ridiculous and irresponsible nearly 15 years later after they were all warned about it!

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I created a pdf. file from a document that had 'fill-in forms'. I used Adobe Acrobat Professional 6.0. to create the PDF file.

I then I burned the pdf. file on to a CD.

When I used my Adobe Reader 9.0 to open the PDF file, I could fill-in the forms, but not save them. I received a message that said I could not save the information, only print it unless I enabled the ‘local save capability’ in the original pdf. file.

I will be selling the CDs and need the buyer to be able to fill-in the forms, and then save the document on the CD or the buyer’s computer.

1. How do I enable the ‘local save capability’ on Adobe Acrobat Professional 6.0, saving the document with the information typed into the fill-in forms?

2. How can I write protect the pdf. file so no one can edit it (except for the fill-in fields) nor duplicate the disk?

3. Has anyone bought a software product from www.SoftCaptain.com and if yes, what was your experience with the software product company?


A:Adobe Acrobat Professional & Adobe Reader

I can't answer all of your questions, but data on a CD is read only, you won't be able to save the edited file on that CD.
It can only be saved on the hard drive & then burned to CD again, if necessary.

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You can download it from here and here.


A:Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0.7 Now Available


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New version of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC for Windows 10, this is the free version. Wondering if anyone has tried this yet. Windows 10 does not come with a Reader like Windows 8.1 had it uses Microsoft Edge to open PDF. Not to my liking why i ask if anyone has tried it yet.


A:Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, anyone try this ?

Is working.

Apart from that it features a kind of cloud integration, which I do not want. And I think it has more adverts than Reader 11. All in all, I do not use it. There are way better alternatives out there: Nitro Reader 3 or Foxit Reader are both for free and can be installed on your PC. If you do not install a program, then PDFescape might be for you.

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Recently when being offered to read an Adobe document I am invited to download the above. It gets started then stops never to complete a download. Has anybody any idea why I can't download. Adobe offers no help that's any use. Never happened in the past only on this release. Many thanks.

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How do I convert a .pdf pic into a .bmp so I can display as wallpaper? I'm really just a beginner, would appreciate so much someone's help...

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader

I posted an answer for you here:


Please don't post your questions more than once. We will get to them, I promise! Unless we haven't a clue...

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Is there a way to disable the way Abode works with Firefox? I want to be able to download the PDF instead of adobe opening in the browser. Whenever it does that , the system seems to hang for at least a minute and I can do a thing with it. Most of the PDF's I get I save to a main server anyway for our documentions on our servers, so I dont need adobe to open to read the files.

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader help


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I am using an XP box with IE 6.xx something - Every time I try to open a pdf I get the following message: Could Not Find Acrobat External Window Handler - I have loaded and unloaded Acrobat Reader - I also have the regular version of Acrobat on my system - I was fine until (I think) it asked to do an update and now - nothing except that message!


A:Adobe Acrobat Reader

Hi there --

Have you checked out <a href="http://www.adobe.com/support/techdocs/2a086.htm"><b>this</B></A> link?

Good luck!

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I am at my wits end with a problem I have reading .pdf files. I am using MS 2K as my operating system and whenever I open a .pdf file, my system inevitably freezes and I have to reboot. I have no other such problems with any other like apps. Help!!!

A:adobe acrobat reader 4.0

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Morning all........ I'm having an issue with Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0. Seems since the last (forced) update of this software on my computer, web-sites "lock-up" and stop reponding every time I open a link for a PDF file. Any thoughts? Thanks.

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader.........

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when i try to open a web page that is a pdf all that happens is the browser window goes clear (white) & a little square appears. i am using ie 6 & adobe ar 6

any advise


A:ie6 and adobe acrobat reader

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Is it possible to send a picture from Adobe Reader to Windows for wallpaper? I found a picture I would like to transfer. I can't do it by right clicking like I do on everything else. Thanks.

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0

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My problem is with Acrobat Reader 4.0. Every time I start my computer this program tries to install. I have tried going through the whole process and I've uninstalled it and reinstalled and the same thing happens. I am using Windows 95. Help!

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader

Use Windows Explorer and go to this folder:

c:\windows\start menu\programs\startup

Make sure you don't have the acrobat reader installation file in there!! It sounds like you do.

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My daughter received the following notice from her college Network Security Dept. They say that a "bot" was caused by a virus related to Adobe Acrobat / Reader. Their solution is a complete rebuild of her laptop. I have no control over this, but just wanted your opinion. Is a rebuild really necessary ? I cannot provide you with a HiJack log as the computer is out of state with my daughter.

HP laptop ; XP service pack 2




The specific bot was caused by a trojan which exploited the recent Adobe Acrobat/Reader vulnerability. After a format and rebuild, Acrobat Reader 8.1.2 should be installed - the most recent version which is not vulnerable.

Good day,

State's ITS Security Operations and Services detected your Residence Hall system as being compromised. Your IP address/connection is being temporarily disabled because it is likely that your personal computer is infected with a BOT.


To help safeguard the content of your machine and prevent unauthorized activity as well as the further spread of the bot, your Residence Hall connection will be disabled until your machine can be rebuilt and secured. The action to disable co... Read more

A:bot - Adobe Acrobat Reader

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I've tried downloading the Adobe Acrobat Reader and everytime there's a problem. It'll open --but not fully--an error will come up. Cooltype.dll I believe is what it was. I've contacted Adobe and they were no help at all. Can anyone help? I need to print a form from a website but can't get to it.

Thanks a lot.

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader

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I recently updated from Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 to 7.0.
But now it seems that whenever I go to click on a pdf file = it asks me whether I want to Save or Cancel.If I click Save = it makes a temporary file. All I want to do sometimes is just look at pdf file first before I decide whether I want to print.

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Adobe Acrobat Reader has attached to MS Word and I can't open documents. When I click on the document Adobe pops-ups and I get a message that Adobe can't open it.


A:Adobe Acrobat Reader

Could this be due to a change in your "open this kind of file with this program" settings? I don't know what system you're using but in my Windows 98 SE you'd access them with
My Computer | View | Folder Options | File Types

File types seem to be listed alphabetically by extension. Scroll down, find "doc" or whatever kind of file you're trying to open, and see what's supposed to open it. If necessary, reset it to MS Word. Here's where Word is on my system; it may or may not be in the same place on yours:


Directory of C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office

WINWORD EXE 5,337,088 08-03-05 9:00a WINWORD.EXE

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Adobe Reader will not install due to an error messege, "Policy set by the administrator prohibits install of this program" (or something close to that). Anyways, there are no policies on this system for installs, or any others for that matter.
Any other program will install no problem, but Reader (versions 5.1 and 6.0) simply refuses to. I have logged on as local admin, another account with admin privledges and it still gives me the same error.
I am stumped! Any ideas of what I can do?

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader

If you just use reader and not the full acrobat program then try uninstalling any previous versions of Acro reader. Make sure you check the programs folder,windows/winnt, and registry to make sure you deleted any folders labeled adobe and restart the pc. Now try the install and see if it works.

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I have the full version of Adobe acrobat installed on my WinXP system. Every time I want to open a pdf document, acrobat takes a while to start. Can I install adobe reader(or some other replacement) and make it the default program for opening pdf files? Will the 2 adobe programs conflict? Thanks

A:Adobe acrobat vs reader

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Am unable to open Adobe Acrobat Reader 8.1 0r earlier reader versions. Had previously used Version 7 with no problem. I removed all earlier versions before downloading Version 8.1. I tried repeatedly, using Firefox and Internet Explorer. Usually got message "corrupt file, check sum error". Also have tried i nstalling a copy of Version 8.1 obtained from a friend who has the program running ok. When I attempt to open the program, I get the message :Adobe Reader has encountered a problem and must close". I also get this detail: AppName: acrord32.exe AppVer: ModName: acrord32.dll
ModVer: Offset: 0017506f. Can anyone help me find out what prevents the reader from opening?

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader 8.1

1. Uninstall Adobe Reader2. Rebot3. Download and reinstall Adobe Reader from hereYou can also try a Repair install od Adobe reader.Let me know your results. We can try somthing else once you attempt this.This would be a great time to run a Virus and spywere Scan!I reccomend:SpybotAVG Free Anti-Virusand Ad-Aware[Make sure to only have one Anti-Virus program installed at a time]

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I went to print something in the pdf form and the page comes up blank with a grey box which says ACROBAT READER file is damaged and could not be repaired. we had downloaded adobe from the site maybe a year ago and everything has been good until now. What is the problem? can you help? thanks

A:Adobe Acrobat reader

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I'm getting the following error on several computers;

When trying to print from Adobe Reader, error message say's to install printer(s). I have printers installed on the computers already.

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.50 & 6.0


or try searching the exact error message here


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I have Adobe Acrobat Reader 8.0 installed on my pc running win xp home.
I can launch Acrobat Reader, click on File in upper left hand corner and open anything on my pc that is a pdf file, BUT when I visit pages on the web and click on something that needs Adobe Acrobat Reader it states that it is unable to launch Acrobat Reader. What causes this to happen?
Thanks in advance

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader 8.0

check for an update to acrobat,if none
uninstall and reinstall

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What is the difference between Adobe Reader and Acrobat Reader. I have Acrobat Reader 5, downloaded from a site I found, and just downloaded Adobe Reader 6 from their site. Are they both needed on your system? If not, which one is better, I know you need one to read certain files off the net.

A:Adobe/Acrobat reader?

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You can download it from here and here.


Okay, I don't know what happened, but this got posted twice.


A:Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0.7 Now Available

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I checked my email a few minutes ago and found this in my Spam folder.
I wanted show this to say that I hope people don't just click links just because the source appears to be from a legitimate source.

Notice the mis-spelling for the email link (adobesysteRms) and as far as I know, companies such as Adobe don't contact end-users directly in an email for an update/upgrade that would normally be given notification from the application itself...

Always examine who emails are from and pay attention to the links the message wants you to click.

And, I typed the link in a browser and went to the site... There is a disclaimer at the bottom of the page that even states that the website has no affiliation with the owner of the software!

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader Upgrade

If only ALL people were so conscious of crappola like this.

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I had uninstalled both the reader and flash. I have been trying for over a week to get Acrobat/Adobe Reader to download.When I go through the steps it gives me the error message that a newer version is already installed. I click on finish and get another screen that says Adobe Acrobat Reader DC did not install successfully.
No where on my computer do I find it.
Windows 7
Please any help would be appreciated.

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Adobe blog here; http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt/2009/12/new_adobe_reader_and_acrobat_v.html This is being exploited and today's SANS.org story on this suggests disabling JavaScript pending a fix; http://isc.sans.org/

Alternatively you could do what I did some time ago and use an alternative PDF reader (Foxit Reader in my case, but there are others).

A:New Adobe Reader and Acrobat vulnerabulity!!

Stopped using A reader years ago, I wish I could do away with Flash also, crappy products from Adobe they refuse to fix.



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Adobe Reader XI and Acrobat XI -- End-of-LifeRead more: http://securitygarden.blogspot.com/2017/10/adobe-reader-xi-and-acrobat-xi-end-of.html#ixzz4wdD5ZTwA

A:Adobe Reader XI and Acrobat XI -- End-of-Life

Not having myself yet read the article, PDF Reader alternatives exist:  Foxit, PDF-Xchange Viewer, not sure what other good ones.  Best bet is switch to PDF-Xchange Viewer, which I use on an 'old' Windows Vista computer.

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Acrobat Reader = 26.8 meg.

Foxit = 1 Meg.

I've been using Foxit for a couple months now and it does everything I need a PDF Viewer and printer program to do.

Oh .. And It's Free and .. Fast !!

I just can't stand Bloatware anymore..

Give it a go


A:Goodbye Adobe Acrobat Reader

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I have a problem with Adobe Acrobat/Reader 8.1.

When I try and view a PDF from the internet the cursor arrow hangs although the download status bar indicates completed. After three minutes hanging I get a window saying "There is a problem with Adobe Acrobat/Reader. Please exit Adobe Acrobat/Reader and try again". After closing the window suddenly the 'file not found' window flashes. Then I can read the PDF on the screen and navigate the pages.

When I try to print the document as usual I get a message, "Unable to start print job. Is printer available?". But the printer is available and nothing is wrong with the printer so this message is also odd.

I have tried to download a newer version of Acrobat/Reader 9 from the Adobe site but I get a message saying that it cannot install because of the older version already intalled. Therefore, I have tried to uninstall the older Adobe/Reader and then I get the message:

"This patch package could not be opened. Verify that the patch package exists and that you can access it, or contact the application vendor to verify that this is a valid Windows Installer patch package".

It is a genuine Adobe version which was installed from the beginning with my other software when I bought the computer.

Even if anyone can throw me a clue or set me on the right road to fixing this crazy problem I will be eternally grateful.

A:Adobe Acrobat/Reader Misbehaving

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I was wondering if somebody could help me with my adobe acrobat reader program, it seems to be using a lot of memory, as shown in the screenshot i added, i wasn't sure whether that was normal or not.
Here's the situation I was playing an internet game. which normally runs smoothly, then it started running really slow, so I brought up my task manager and saw that 'AcroRd32.exe' it was using over 17k of memory.
Any help would be much appreciated!

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Basic , Service Pack 2, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Celeron(R) M CPU 520 @ 1.60GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 22 Stepping 1
Processor Count: 1
RAM: 2037 Mb
Graphics Card: Mobile Intel(R) 945 Express Chipset Family, 256 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 33293 MB, Free - 2907 MB; D: Total - 33029 MB, Free - 30956 MB;
Motherboard: Acer, Acadia, N/A, LXAH30Y04973112EF61601
Antivirus: Kaspersky Internet Security, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled

A:Solved: Help with adobe acrobat reader

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I recently started having problems on two computers that both run Win 7 64-bit. The problem is that when opening a PDF file I get this box indicating to choose these options and then there is a check box to not ask me about it again. If I check it off, it goes away.

Then when I try to close the tab that houses the PDF file, it will crash IE with acroread.dll being the culprit.

What happens next is that if I try to read another PDF, the same box that I already told not to come up again will come back. It seems like it isn't getting the proper permissions to hold this setting. I found a fix via Google that said to just open up the Reader program and check off the box there -- that fixed the pop up box problem.

The remaining problem is that regardless of if I update to the latest version of either program, I continue to have IE's tab crash whenever I close the tab that houses the PDF file.

I'm wondering if there is any fix this this? I never had this happen to me up until I'd say about two months ago. It was perfectly fine until then.

Thanks in advance.

A:Win 7 64-bit and problems with Adobe Reader/Acrobat

I switched to FoxIt Reader and will never go back to Adobe Reader, ever. (I changed the icon for pdf files back to the same icon used by Adobe, so it looks the same, but uses the better/faster pdf reader).

Are you running this in IE x64?

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I am either getting error msg or pop up regarding Adobe Acrobat Reader XI. Please review attachment for details.


A:Adobe Acrobat Reader XI vs. Win8

Your attachment is blurred and not readable.

Why not just post a image of your screen shot?

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Where can I get Acrobat Reader for vista ??

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader for vista......

The Win 7 version will probably work just fine. The systems are mostly compatible.

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Madrid, March 8 2004 - According to NGSSoftware, a security problem has been
detected which affects version 5.1 of Adobe Acrobat Reader when specially
crafted XFDF(*) documents are processed.

Due to this vulnerability, an attacker could construct a file with an .xfdf
extension which, when a user tried to view it with version 5.1 of Acrobat
Reader, could cause a buffer overflow and allow the execution of arbitrary

Users of Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.1 are advised to update the application, by
installing one of the latest versions, available at:

(*)XFDF is a format for representing forms data and annotations in a PDF

A:Vulnerability in Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.1

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adobe acrobat reader6.0.1 freezes in my windows xp pro. I tried solutions at adobe site . They do not work. Any ideas.


A:adobe acrobat reader freezes

Try reinstalling it (make sure that you reboot after you initialy uninstall it)

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I'm a little perplexed with AAR10 with regards to magnification...? I have purchased some eBooks from Waterstones, a lot cheaper than an actual book... okay, whenever I open the PDF files they are magnified at such an inane percentage I have to decrease it to 100%. Is there a way in which you can alter the magnification to 100% so it stays at 100% other than the default 250% which is just ridiculous.

AD Forum said to the change the magnification and then saving the PDF as a different name, does it change the settings... dose it [email protected]^(" It's no bother changing the magnification, it's just a pain in the butt.


A:Help with Adobe Acrobat Reader magnification

I don't use Adobe, so couldn't test, but look at the 3rd reply on this link

Adobe Forums: Setting the default page view

A Guy

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Adobe Acrobat Reader is a program used for reading PDF files. Acrobat Reader version 6.0.1 and possibly other versions are vulnerable to a buffer overflow, caused by improper handling of NULL characters. By creating a specially-crafted PDF file, a remote attacker could overflow a buffer and execute arbitrary code on the system with user privileges, once the file is opened. A remote attacker could exploit this vulnerability by sending the malicious file to a victim in an email

Platforms Affected:

Adobe Systems, Inc.: Acrobat Reader 6.0.1
Various: Any operating system Any version
Go here and get the update, or if you want, you can uninstall the version you have now, and install 6.0.2 Basic, which doesn't install the other stuff, and when fully installed, is just ~17MB large.


Scroll down till you see this bit:

Adobe Reader 6.0.2, basic version
These downloads of Adobe Reader have already been updated to version 6.0.2.

The full version is if you want to distribute it to other pc's



A:Adobe Acrobat Reader Update

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Acrobat Reader (versions 7 and 9) displays the following message:

Cannot find or create the font '[email protected]'. Some characters may not display or print properly.

After clicking OK, only images display, but all text displays as dots. Most .pdf files do not produce this eror. I can't send you an example, because of your size limitations.

Any ideas how to fix?

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader error

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You can download the 19.8 MB file from here.

It supposedly is for all versions of Windows from 98 on up, but I have not confirmed this and have only installed it in XP SP2 so far.

If you have a previous version installed, make sure to uninstall it first so you do not wind up with multiple versions.

A:Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0.0 Released

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I made a thread here and a someone suggested I post it in am i infected instead.Okay, lets say im browsing a website, and then suddenly, I would be presented with adobe acrobats loading screen (I did not click on this), after it is finished loading, I would get these fake alert msgs at the bottom of my screen saying I have a virus and blahblahblah (you know the drill). Why is this? This has happened many times. The first time a site loaded adobe successfully and I got windows xp virus 2008. :/ Went to a different website, again I get adobe's loading screen and I let it load successfully (thinking the first time was just a fluke. very stupid on my part) and then I contracted the windows xp virus 2009, which got so bad I had to post in another forum and get help because my computer wouldnt start. I thought it was just certain sites, but I recently got the adobes loading screen on mangafox and surfthechannel. I did not let it fully load, so now everytime see AA load without clicking on it, I immediately turn off my computer and disconnect my internet. There was only one time AA loaded successfully and I didnt get any virus. It was some band website, it loaded and then just disappeared. I thought it was just my crappy computer or something, so I tried it on my dad's comp. He didnt get the loading screen, but he got a pop up saying "A program is trying to open up using adobe acrobat. Will you allow this?" At least with my dad's comp it ASKS him, but it just opens on my computer wi... Read more

A:Why does adobe acrobat reader pop up just before a virus?

Jeez. I ran MBAM nearly every time and it didnt find anything. I updated and it actually found something

Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.31
Database version: 1612
Windows 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3

1/4/2009 12:33:02 PM
mbam-log-2009-01-04 (12-33-02).txt

Scan type: Quick Scan
Objects scanned: 61763
Time elapsed: 9 minute(s), 37 second(s)

Memory Processes Infected: 0
Memory Modules Infected: 0
Registry Keys Infected: 0
Registry Values Infected: 2
Registry Data Items Infected: 1
Folders Infected: 0
Files Infected: 0

Memory Processes Infected:
(No malicious items detected)

Memory Modules Infected:
(No malicious items detected)

Registry Keys Infected:
(No malicious items detected)

Registry Values Infected:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\ShellBrowser\{014da6c9-189f-421a-88cd-07cfe51cff10} (Adware.MyWebSearch) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\rhc1ltj0ep21 (Rogue.AntivirusXP2008) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully.

Registry Data Items Infected:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders\SecurityProviders (Broken.SecurityProviders) -> Bad: (msapsspc.dll schannel.dll digest.dll msnsspc.dll) Good: (msapsspc.dll, schannel.dll, digest.dll, msnsspc.dll) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully.

Folders Infected:
(No malicious items detected)

Files Infected:
(No... Read more

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my laptop (acer with windows vista) will not open files in pdf...what could be wrong. i tried to download the system adobe acrobat reader and still does not seem to work

A:[SOLVED] adobe acrobat reader

Go here and download and install this: http://get.adobe.com/reader/?promoid=BUIGO

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Being the idiot I am, I forgot to make sure that nothing was installing onto my computer...

Ever since I decided to uninstall Adobe Reader 8 I believe it was (after installing Foxit and because of the security vulnerabilities), Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 Professional decided to install itself back onto here for whatever reason. I can't find it in the Add/Remove programs, so I can't really get it off of here unless there is a way to get it off of here. Any help is appreciated.

A:Uninstalling Adobe Acrobat Reader

Using Explorer, can you find the files and determine by its size (properties) if it is a full installation or just some dregs left over?

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A couple of days ago I did a Windows ME reload using the OEM CD that came with my computer. Now when I try to install AR6 after downloading it from the Adobe site I get (in this order as I go through the install wizard):

"The feature you are trying to use is on a network resource that is unavailable.
Click OK to try again or enter an alternate path to a folder containing the installation package 'Adobe REdaer 6.0.1.msi in the box below"
The box contains this:

Clicking Try Again with the box as it stands brings up:

"The path 'C:\WINDOWS\CACHE\ADOBE READER 6.0.1\ENUMIN\Adobe Reader 6.0.1.msi' cannot be found. Verify that you have access to this location and try again, or try to find the installation package 'Adobe Reader 6.0.1.msi' in a folder from which you can install the product Adobe Reader 6.0.1"

When I give up and click Cancel I get

"Error 1714: The older version of Acrobat Reader 6.0.1 cannot be removed. Contact your technical support group".

I have searched the Adobe site in vain (obviously downloading their .pdf files is impossible) and would be grateful for any help.

A:Can't install Adobe Acrobat Reader 6.0.1

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