I'm in the IT department at work. We are trying to install a copy of Adobe Acrobat Standard 7.0 on a Windows 2000 box with Office 2000 installed. The error we get is: "Error 1606.Could not access network location A\Xlstart." We were unable to find any information at the Adobe Website. Next Step?...Call them and ask for help. That didn't go over to well. The first number they had listed, 206-675-6304, led me to another number: 800-642-3623. We made it through all the computerized prompts and were put on hold. Forty five minutes later, we were disconnected. Another look at their support site reveiled a second number exclusive to installatioin problems. That number, 206-675-6500, rings once and disconnects. Our only option was to Google the error. What we found is that the problem isn't with Adobe at all, it's with Windows. We found a slew of websites detailing registry fixes for the 1606 Error message. This error prevents installation of several programs according to our research. We tried fix after fix after fix and still have been unable to install Adobe Acrobat Standard 7.0.
Do any of you know the true "Error 1606" fix?
Any and all information will be greatly appreciated.