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AIR error message

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Mar 27, 2014

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Keep getting this message on start up....'Application descriptor could not be found for this application'

Un/re-installed version 13.0.0.76 various times without success.

Windows 7 home basic+service pack 1

Pentium Dual Core CPU

64 bit

3GB RAM

Any advice will be appreciated thanks!

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AIR error message

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Mar 27, 2014

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Keep getting this message on start up....'Application descriptor could not be found for this application'

Un/re-installed version 13.0.0.76 various times without success.

Windows 7 home basic+service pack 1

Pentium Dual Core CPU

64 bit

3GB RAM

Any advice will be appreciated thanks!

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Feb 05, 2015

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I successfully gotten rid of it for WINDOW 7.

This can be caused by some error/conflict with Air Adobe and any start-up programs scheduled to "open" "activated" at the first appearance of your desktop.

To find out what programs are running at the startup:

     Click "Start"

     type "msconfig" in the search engine at the bottom

     click on "msconfig" icon appearing on top

     a pop-up window titled "System Configuration" will appear

     Click on "Startup" tab

     At this point, I unclicked unnecessary programs that are not crucial in operating my computer.

     Click "apply" or "Ok"

     another pop-up window will ask you if you want to restart your computer.

I am not sure if I solved the "conflict' but certainly got rid of the annoying error message by turning off some "unnecessary" software that was automatically set to start as the computer booted.

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