Error with Acrobat Reader software

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Why am I getting an error (Error 109) while using Acrobat Reader.

I have acrobat reader installed my laptop yet I can not be able to use it

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Answered By 0 points N/A #82858

Error with Acrobat Reader software

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If there is error 109 showing when you are opening a PDF file, either the file is corrupt. Try downloading the file again if you downloaded it from a certain site. If you created the file, try creating it again from the original source and then save it once again. 
 
Otherwise, there may be nothing wrong with the file but your PDF reader may be having trouble
  • If you are trying to view the PDF in your browser, first, save the file to your desktop and then try to open it again  with the stand-alone Acrobat Reader. Browser plugins sometimes cannot handle large or complex PDFs, or third party software has corrupted the browser plugin.
  • Try updating your version of Acrobat Reader (or Acrobat) for you may have an old version of the Acrobat Reader  and a newer version PDF file. Download the free Acrobat Reader from adobe.com. This can solve many issues, including security issues known to exist in earlier versions of Acrobat software. 
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Error with Acrobat Reader software

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If you received that error 109 after double-clicking a PDF file, check first if Adobe Acrobat Reader is really working. On your desktop, double-click the Adobe Acrobat Reader icon to open then see if the application starts successfully without popping out any error. If after this you get an error then the problem is with your application not the PDF file.

In case you are using an old version, download the latest version, Adobe Reader 11.0.10. It supports Windows 2000 32-bit only, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 both 32-bit and 64-bit. Once downloaded, uninstall your current Adobe Reader. Click Start, Control Panel, and then Add or Remove Programs. Select Adobe Reader from the list then click Remove or Uninstall.

When finished, click Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then select Disk Cleanup. Select drive C then click OK. Check Setup Log Files and “Temporary files”, click OK then select Delete Files. Restart your computer. Navigate to the download folder then run the installer you downloaded to install Adobe Acrobat Reader 11.0.10. It should fix the problem.

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