I upgraded to Windows 10 but did not like it and reverted back to Windows 8.1. However, Adobe Acrobat Reader seems to have become corrupted during the process, as I cannot associate opening PDF files with the version of Reader that I had on my computer which was Adobe Reader XI (11.0.12). I tried installing Adobe Reader DC but during the installation process I get a pop-up that says it needs to find AcroRead.msi. I get the same error when I try to uninstall the previous version. I would appreciate any assistance you can provide. Thank you.
I am unable to use the cleaner tool, as when I used it I still get this popup:
I pressed cancel and then it said it had been uninstalled. I will reboot and report back. Here is the log: Adobe Acrobat Reader 11.0.12 Cleanup Log - Pastebin.com
The cleaner tool at Use the Cleaner Tool http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/acrobatcleaner.html did the trick, and even though I got the error during the cleaner tool, after rebooting my computer, I was able to install Adobe Acrobat Reader DC using the link Adobe - Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Distribution .
the same issue, just returning back to win7... the clean-up tool didn't help. Any idea how to proceed?
I have the same problem and the cleaner does not work.
It finally worked with the kink to the new download
above solution is not working for me with same problem.is there any other solution can any one provide?please help;