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I have been using an old version of adobe to open pdf files directly in the internet window, but it recently started opening these files with only some of the content as the technology has exceeded my reader. I therefore downloaded the new adobe reader 9.1.1, but this won't even open part of these files online - I just get a black screen after some time spent trying to load it up. Why is this? Can I fix it? By the way, if I click 'save link as...', and then open the files up through adobe reader itself, there is not a problem, but this takes ages, and I'm trying to quickly view past papers for a-level exams to work out whether I've done them or not yet, so downloading them all is taking too long and using up memory which I just don't have!!! Any help would be gratefully received!