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SamSpadeSleuth

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Hi there

I always seem to have had problems with Adobe reader, machine feezing etc but it has now stopped working. I removed and re-installed the program but I still can't open a pdf and each time it wants to send an error report. I am running Windows XP and Firefox. Can anyone please help.
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Try to uninstall the program.Clean your registry and then re-install it.Also Try to get a fresh copy from Adobe.
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I re-installed the program from web free copy. If I un-install again can I just clean registry with CCleaner, will that do?
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Yeah It worked when I had a similar problem like this.After uninstalling and cleaning the registry and other temp files(CC Cleaner has some good options) then go to get.adobe.com/reader/

and download the latest reader.

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No that has not worked, I have done that before to be honest and it didn't work last time.
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