Running Windows XP SP3.
I used FTP to download AdbeRdr1000_en_US.exe from ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader/win/10.x/10.0.0/en_US and tried to install it. I got an error popup indicating a file failed to register. When I dismissed the popup, the installation continued. However, I could not start AcroRd32.exe.
I removed Adobe Reader X. I then used FTP to download AdbeRdr1000_en_US.msi from ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader/win/10.x/10.0.0/en_US and tried to install it. This time, I did not get an error popup. However, I still could not start AcroRd32.exe.
This time, I captured some of the error data, the image of which is here. The top is an error popup. The bottom is what I got when I selected "click here" to see technical information. No, I did not capture ALL of the technical information.
I have now reverted back to Adobe Reader 220.127.116.11. Will not Adobe Reader X install in Windows XP?
Are you (rafsi01) able to view a PDF document from the Web within your Web browser? I was not able to do this with version 10.0 with or without he compatibility setting of "Windows 2000". Yes, I could open PDF files from my hard disc in Adobe Reader; but the plug-in for my browser merely gave me a thick horizontal bar.
hi... had not thought of that aspect... anyhow... just tried, and you are right it didn't work for me in IE7. I expected Firefox 4beta, but no luck there either... both browsers i had a blank windows.... Things did work on Google Chrome thou...(latest version as of today).
We just ran into this same issue.
Has Adobe provided a permanent fix yet?
I have not seen anything new from Adobe on this matter.
Having encountering this issue and reading through the responses the best solution would be to use Adobe Readers whitelisting feature. Below are the steps to follow:
i. Add a registry entry enabling the use of whitelisting:
ii. Create a whitelist file called "ProtectedModeWhitelistConfig.txt" and place it
in the Adobe Reader executable path i.e. C:\Program Files\Adobe\Reader 10.0\Reader
iii. The ProtectedModeWhitelistConfig.txt file will need to contain the string
SECTION_ALLOW_ANY = *PGPhk*
I have some other information worth checking out on my blog www.greyhathacker.net regarding this issue which might be useful.
ParvezGHH: Thank you, thank you, thank you. Your suggestion (made today) works! I can now use Reader 10 with PGP 8.
Adobe Reader 10 now works on my PC both as a stand-alone application using a local PDF file and as a plugin for my browser (SeaMonkey) using a PDF on the Web.
Thank you ParvezGHH - I can confirm that the registry changes works on Windows XP professional Version 2002 Service Pack 3 with Adober Reader X 10.0.0 and PGP 8.0.2 (paid for version).
Regrettably, it doesnot fix the problem reading PDF files via MSIE. The MSIE message is "There is a problem with Adobe Acrobat/Reader. If it is running , please exit and try again. (103:103) "
The problem you are getting is another issue completely and maybe best to open another post. I cant really say what would be causing it but I'll give you a few tips you can try out:
1. Terminate all non-essential processes as other programs may interact with the browser.
2. Check if you have any plugins loading up (managed addons in IE settings) and see if u can disable them
3. See if you can drag and drop a pdf file in the browser and if it opens up
4. Disable "Display PDF in browser" in Adobe preference settings and see if it makes a difference
5. Disable Adobe's "Protected mode" and see if it works. If so you'll know its related to Adobes sandbox.
I've seen that not all sandbox issues do get logged to its log file, if disabling does make the issue go way you might need to wait for the next Adobe Readers update which is due in June and hopefully they'll fix it.