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Windows 7: PDF File

18 Oct 2012   #11
x BlueRobot

 

Thanks (:


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19 Oct 2012   #12
RonBin79

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PDF File problem still exists

I am running Windows7 Home Premium with IE9. I have disabled my anti virus programme and tried to download Acrobat Reader X1 four or five times, restarting my machine on each ocassion!! Subsequently, when I try to download a PDF file from the internet, as soon as the Adobe black screen appears on my machine IE9 decides there is a fault with the page and tries to find a solution, which it can't. After a while it tries to close the programme but cannot do that either.

Once or twice I have got as far as being presented with the Adobe licence page but as soon as I try to click the accept button, up comes IE9 again to tell me it is closing the programe because of the page causing a fault. Windows is still looking for a solution and keeps repeatedly telling me it is closing the programme

Is Adobe Reader X1 not compatible with IE9 and if not is there a different Reader I can use please? Is it safe for me to uninstall Acrobat Reader5 please, presumabley it is redundant now??

Regards,

RonBin79
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20 Oct 2012   #13
x BlueRobot

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by RonBin79 View Post
I am running Windows7 Home Premium with IE9. I have disabled my anti virus programme and tried to download Acrobat Reader X1 four or five times, restarting my machine on each ocassion!! Subsequently, when I try to download a PDF file from the internet, as soon as the Adobe black screen appears on my machine IE9 decides there is a fault with the page and tries to find a solution, which it can't. After a while it tries to close the programme but cannot do that either.

Once or twice I have got as far as being presented with the Adobe licence page but as soon as I try to click the accept button, up comes IE9 again to tell me it is closing the programe because of the page causing a fault. Windows is still looking for a solution and keeps repeatedly telling me it is closing the programme

Is Adobe Reader X1 not compatible with IE9 and if not is there a different Reader I can use please? Is it safe for me to uninstall Acrobat Reader5 please, presumabley it is redundant now??

Regards,

RonBin79
PROBLEMS opening PDF in IE 9 or X

You may want to read this thread for any solutions, there is a reason stated within the thread too, and it seems the Adobe Reader plugin has not been made compatible with IE9, a update was said to going/has been released which may resolve the issue.
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21 Oct 2012   #14
RonBin79

Windows Seven Premium
 
 
PDF Link File

Thanks for your reply. I am not too sure about using the PDF Fix It link shown at the bottom of your reply. Out of pure frustration, I downloaded Adobe Reader 9.4, I have not had time to see if that works yet but when I did click on the Fix It link I was not sure what option to use??

Regards,

RonBin79
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21 Oct 2012   #15
x BlueRobot

 

Tell us if Adobe Reader 9.4 works, and if it doesn't have you tried using Google Chrome or a different browser?

I'm using Google Chrome with Adobe Reader X (need to get the newer version soon) and have had no problems with .PDF files.
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21 Oct 2012   #16
RonBin79

Windows Seven Premium
 
 
PDF File

Blue Robot,

Yes, Acrobat REader 9.5 works fine after I used the MicroSoft Fix It link. I can now save a PDF file from the internet to my desck toop then open Acrobat Reader 9.5 and then the file. It all works well.

Regards
RonBin79
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21 Oct 2012   #17
x BlueRobot

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by RonBin79 View Post
Blue Robot,

Yes, Acrobat REader 9.5 works fine after I used the MicroSoft Fix It link. I can now save a PDF file from the internet to my desck toop then open Acrobat Reader 9.5 and then the file. It all works well.

Regards
RonBin79
That's good to know, hopefully Adobe bring out a patch for the IE9 compatibility issues with the later versions.
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