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adobe reader: invalid plugin detected

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anytime i open PDF on the pc or from online a box pops up and says invalid plugin detected and adobe reader closes.

i tried uninstalling and reinstalling, didnt work.

please help
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Download the uninstaller from adobe and wipe all of them out. Then clean your registry with a registry cleaner. http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/400/kb400769.html
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