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whenever i open adobe acrobat pro 8 i get this error message...

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well it's a C++ runtime error. if memory serves, it's an error in code... something about calling a function when it's not an applicable situation. basically it's in the code of the program itself.

couple options:
1) uninstall then reinstall the program
2) if it continues, get another installation .exe and try it that way
3) find a previous working version and update to current

had this C++ runtime issue with print drivers just the other day lol.
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well it's a C++ runtime error. if memory serves, it's an error in code... something about calling a function when it's not an applicable situation. basically it's in the code of the program itself.

couple options:
1) uninstall then reinstall the program
2) if it continues, get another installation .exe and try it that way
3) find a previous working version and update to current

had this C++ runtime issue with print drivers just the other day lol.
yea, i tried doin a re-install, but to no avail

this did start happening after an update, how would i rollback to the version previous to the update; is there a way of doing this besides having to do a re-install again, whcih took forever :S
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well, i've only encountered this on XP but the process should be the same.

Adobe should have a self-repair capability under help. if it's been moved in the Professional version (or Vista version for that matter), you can do a Change/Modify through Add/Remove Programs. it needs a restart on XP, but i'm not sure on Vista.

but considering it's within the acrobat.exe file itself (location given was the file that flagged first error) you may not be able to get to the adobe help menu

If that won't do the trick you may have to obtain a new installation .exe if you downloaded if from the adobe site. If you had installed via CD/DVD you'll want to try getting the latest version off their site.
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well, i've only encountered this on XP but the process should be the same.

Adobe should have a self-repair capability under help. if it's been moved in the Professional version (or Vista version for that matter), you can do a Change/Modify through Add/Remove Programs. it needs a restart on XP, but i'm not sure on Vista.

but considering it's within the acrobat.exe file itself (location given was the file that flagged first error) you may not be able to get to the adobe help menu

If that won't do the trick you may have to obtain a new installation .exe if you downloaded if from the adobe site. If you had installed via CD/DVD you'll want to try getting the latest version off their site.
ok, will try re-installing again, and see wat happens
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