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Adobe Reader 8.1


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hakanwenn

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After an apperently successful installation of Adobe Reader 8.1, the license agreement appears when I start the program for the first time. When I click on the Accept button nothing happens. Same thing with the other buttons, cancel, print, save and the select language drop down menu. All the buttons seem to react when I click on them but nothing happens, and I can chose a diffent language but the language does not change.

The only way to proceed is by closing the window by pressing the "X" (close) button. Then I get the following message: The License Agreement was not accepted. The application will now quit.

To be able to open PDF files I have to uninstall Reader 8.1 and reinstall Reader 7, which was removed by the Adobe Reader 8 installer.

I would much appreciate some help on this.
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Uninstall Adobe Reader 7 yourself, don't let Adobe 8 "upgrade" it.
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I just tried to uninstall Adobe Reader myself, but when I then installed Adobe Reader 8, same thing as earlier happened. Nothing happened when I tried to accept the License Agreement.

Any other suggestions?
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