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How to manually remove a corrupted Adobe Acrobat 9 installation

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I tried to uninstall my Adobe Acrobat 9 , was unsuccessful. Now the installation itself keep popping up from time to time to try to reconfigure the program. I clicked canceled many times to try to stop it but it keep comming back and trying the reinstall or reconfigure the program itself. Is there a way to stop that and letting me to uninstall Adobe Acrobat 9 manually. I believe that the Windows installer for this particular program may had been corrupted as well, and that cause the strange behavior. Is there a way to fix that?
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By the way, I've just found support documents from Adobe Web Site on how to manually remove a Adobe Acrobat 7 and 8, but my version of Adobe Acrobat is 9 Extented.
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