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Adobe Acrobat 8 ~ need to COMPLETELY remove it, but 'add/remove' doesn't seem to do it: 500 pts

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I have a copy of Acrobat 8 loaded on my machine. I would like to COMPLETELY remove this program and re-install it.
However, when I re-install it seems to 'find' the old copies information to some regard and I don't know where?
In order to do what I want to do I need to COMPLETELY remove the old copy and don't know where it's keepin files - can anyone tell me where these files are?
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mythology8

sounds like the removal of adobe hasn't been cleanly done.
You can try the below links to solve your problem

http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000568.htm
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314481
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