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Adobe Pro on Parallels (Mac M series CPUS) - worked it out

New Here ,
Mar 28, 2023 Mar 28, 2023

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Hi Community Members,

After waiting hours with Adobe support (who were not helful at all and gave up) I decided to try a few options when installing the Adobe Pro Version. 

 

Installing Adobe Pro directly gave me muitple errors - mostly this - 0xc000007b.

 

1. I went ahead and installed just Acrobat Reader and that worked fine. Could use all the fuctionality of the product.

2. Signed in to Adobe Acroabt Reader as a licenced users (for the pro version).  So far so good.

3. Selected Edit PDF from from the icon - Edit a PDF and it said "downloading additional features". I waited.

4. Its upgraded the reader to the pro version (3 mins or so) and asked for a reboot.

5. Bingo ...working.

 

I hope this helps and dont rely on Adobe support....

 

Miekel - AUS

 

 

 

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Nov 07, 2023 Nov 07, 2023

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Thank you, this worked for me. I am using Parallels Desktop 18 on a MacOs Sonoma

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