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darroll 10-11-2008 05:29 PM

Adobe
 
Has anyone else had problems with the latest Adobe load.
It's turnes Vista into "the blue screen of death'?
I had to delete it and use an older version..

Darroll

JogaBonito1502 10-11-2008 06:31 PM

Re: Adobe
 
I'm not so sure about Vista, but XP has been handling it fine.

Austinn 10-11-2008 11:43 PM

Re: Adobe
 
I had tp update my adobe. It kept saying there was an error. Then would freeze everything.

eslfish 10-12-2008 08:56 AM

Re: Adobe
 
XP is fine, most likely its a Vista issue....

Holysky 10-12-2008 05:56 PM

Re: Adobe
 
Only use the _____ of death for the red ring of death for xbox 360 lol jk

Also i have problems with countless things on vista... (poor Neverwinter Nights 2) and my adaware scan!!!!!!

A True Folder 10-12-2008 06:41 PM

Re: Adobe
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by darroll (Post 852141)
Has anyone else had problems with the latest Adobe load.
It's turnes Vista into "the blue screen of death'?
I had to delete it and use an older version..

Darroll

Are you refering to Adobe Reader 9 or the full Adobe suite?

darroll 10-13-2008 02:24 PM

Re: Adobe
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by A True Folder (Post 852499)
Are you refering to Adobe Reader 9 or the full Adobe suite?

No the free one.
I get a pop up that tells me to download the latest version.
The latest version kills me.

Thanks,
Darroll

My computer crashed again after loading Version 6.
It won't stay up long enough to to delete Adobe.
This is my third deadload of this silly PC.
I use version 6 on my Vista machine.
This computer is stable after refusing to do any upgrades.
I have two computers.
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A True Folder 10-16-2008 11:25 PM

Re: Adobe
 
are you sure your problem isn't hardware related?

Have you run any stress tests? Prime95, IntelBurnTest, memtest etc?

What are your temps like?

It seems highly unlikely that several version of software are the cause.


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