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Internet Explorer won't print because of AcroPDF.dll add-on running.

Posted on 2007-11-16
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Internet Explorer 6.0 (XPSP2) will no longer print stating that it ecountered a problem with an add-on and needs to close, then giving the add-on filename as AcroPDF.dll. But while that filename does appear in "Manage AddOns", it's listed there as "disabled" and is not listed in Windows Task Manager at all. Moreover, the file when found will not be renamed nor deleted.
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Hello petemetzger,

Uninstall Adobe Acrobat.  Then you will be able to print.

Then reinstall Acrobat and test if you still can print.

Hope this helps!
war1
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That was a quickie!
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