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I installed Adobe 8 Professional.  The user then installed Adobe 5.  I uninstalled both versions and reinstalled Adobe 8 and now I am getting a regsuv32 message warning box stating the the "loadlibrary atiacmxx.dll failed;  getlasterror returns 0x0000007e."  The program is working fine, but the message is appearing.  Any ideas?
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Karl Heinz Kremer earned 500 total points
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Did you install any 3rd party plug-ins? Something is trying to load this ATI (probably from your graphics card) library, and that fails for whatever reason. I would try to uninstall Acrobat 8 again, then remove the directory c:\program files\adobe\adobe Acrobat 8 and reinstall it.
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I am going to try this today and I will let you know the results.
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Thank you very much. Between reload the video drive and adobe it work.
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