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I suddenly started having trouble with adobe: it would not run. I tried re-installing, and it worked... the first time I try to open it. When I close it, it appears to close but is still in the process list, and so another instance cannot be opened (although another instnace will appear in the process list if I try. When I choose "End Task" I can force kill it, but then I can't run it again, even after rebooting, unless I uninstall, and re-install. The file below, while loading fine in Adobe on other computers, crashes Adobe on the computer with problems, even on its first run where it works fine otherwise. Adobe 7.0, with or without 7.0.2 upgrade behaves the same way. Any ideas?

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WinXP or something else?
Scanned for possible malware or viruses?

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WinXP, scanned: yes, found: no
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NTFS? Ran a check disk?

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Yers, NTFS. Yes, I ran a check disk.
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Hooray! Found the solution:
tim's journal: Acrobat Reader arrgghhh - SOLVED!
Thanks for your time.
I must now go and harass Adobe as to why they do not post this information.
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