Windows Thread, Bloody Acrobat. HELP!! in Technical; Foxit was great back when they were totally free, but they're turning into adobe very slowly, grab an old version ...
10th December 2008, 03:39 PM #16
Foxit was great back when they were totally free, but they're turning into adobe very slowly, grab an old version and stick that on instead!
10th December 2008, 03:48 PM #17
I had the same problem, I was told from Adobe Support that if you install V9 from any other media other than their website that it can cause errors that will stop Adobe working correctly.
Their solution was to roll back to V8 until the error with V9 was correct.
As yet I have not had word back about when they plan to patch the error in V9
Sorry for the bad news, fortunatly 8 will roll out via RIS very easily. Unfortunatly for me, when I found out about the issue, it was too late I had just ghosted 500+ workstation with the same image that included a USB installed version of Adobe Reader 9. Boo whooo for me!
10th December 2008, 10:27 PM #18
Foxit still do a free one as far as I can see, fine they are hiding it a bit but so do Adobe as if they can con people into buying the maker as they don't know the difference its there gain and the end users loss.
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