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Adobe Acrobat problem

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Last week I visited a website that said I needed Adobe Reader 9 to view it, so I downloaded it. It took forever. Ever since then, every time I turn on my laptop an Adobe Acrobat folder opens and stays there until I close it.

I did a system restore to a point before the download, and I was still getting the folder, so I went in to Add/Delete Programs and deleted it. The folder was still showing up, so I deleted everything in it. Now the empty folder shows up when I turn on my laptop.

I viewed Add/Remove Programs, and it says I have version 7 now.

How do I get the folder to stop opening every time I turn on my laptop?

Thank you!
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