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Adove PDF Error

Posted on 2011-02-22
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When trying to open any PDF file using Adobe Reader 7.0 a user gets the follwoing error message "An Internal Error has occured".

Please can anyone help?
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by:captain
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I suggest update to 7.14 just to make sure they are on latest version, before exploring further:
http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?product=1&platform=Windows

User must download 7.1 first and then use the 'Check for update' under the Help menu to obtain the patches.

hth
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by:vision_on
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I am afraid updating is not an option, this installation of Adobe Reader is on a server that many users RDP to and use.  Strangely I am able to open any PDF docs on this server, therefore I am guessing that maybe it is something to do with her profile.  What do you think??

Cheers
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by:captain
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Likely, has her profile got the same access rights to the Adobe folders on the server or the location where the PDFs are kept?

It is most probably a permission issue, check the Program Files> Adobe subfolders
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FYI - I resolved this issue by recreating he ntuser.dat file. I renamed it and got her to login again. Job done.
Cheers
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Excellent. Glad it worked out.
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After much research I came up with the solution.
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