How to resolve Adobe Reader Installation Problem

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Will someone help me out installing adobe reader? Whenever I try to install the reader, an error message appears, “ERROR 1324. The path C: or the volume is invalid. Please enter it again.” How can I work around this problem? Any suggestion would be great!

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How to resolve Adobe Reader Installation Problem

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One reason why this error message keeps popping up when Adobe Reader is trying to be installed is that the location of the current user's account (either the C:/Documents and Settings folder for Windows XP or C:/Users folder for Windows 7)  are either changed or non-existent. If you changed the location of your user account, just create another account with Administrator privileges and install Adobe Reader there. Since it is a new account, its folder is on the default location.

But if you really want to use the account with the changed location, you need to right-click your My Documents folder, click on Properties, and change back the Target path of your My Documents folder to C:/Documents and Settings/[your username]/ for Windows XP or C:/Users/[your username/ for Windows 7. Then try to install again.

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