Adobe Reader Hangs
Leave the third party plug-ins out of the Adobe Reader plug-ins folder. 6. You can identify these applications and disable them before starting Adobe Reader. was really annoying Reply Anonymous 7 August 2014 at 02:50 # you are a bloody Legend. To benefit most from this document, perform the tasks in order. his comment is here
But the commonality of the problem seems to be related to version 10 (or X) of Adobe Acrobat Reader. unchecking the protected mode in XI works. I've submitted a bug report to Adobe. Keep up the good work. http://www.efferen.nl/2012/03/solved-adobe-reader-x-hangs-after-opening-a-pdf-file/
Adobe Reader Dc Not Responding
Also It takes a long time to scroll through the documents. Re: Acrobat DC freezing or "not responding" scott7118 Apr 22, 2015 10:11 AM (in response to AadeshSingh) Windows 7 Professional Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 3. If you like my ideas, will you buy me coffee? When prompted, confirm that you want to remove Reader.
Reply Dr. One was the "freezing and not responding", then I had the problem of Acrobat closing down every time that I used it. Acrord32 then seems to need more memory than even the uncompressed size of the file. 0 Pimiento OP irenefriedland Nov 24, 2014 at 3:38 UTC Thanks Ravi and Adobe Reader Not Responding When Printing The option is now under Security (Enhanced) instead of General as JR pointed out.
Close Event Viewer, and try to re-create the problem. Adobe Reader Not Responding Windows 7 Reply Anonymous 4 July 2015 at 01:59 # it work Reply Anonymous 5 August 2015 at 13:05 # I used a combination of almost all tips given here. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 33. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1822742 Categories Android (1) Citrix (18) Netscaler (3) Provisioning Services (3) Receiver (2) XenApp (12) XenServer (1) Downloads (2) HowTo (8) News (9) OS X (1) Powershell (5) Tools/Scripts (6) Uncategorized (3)
a. Adobe Reader Has Stopped Working When Opening Pdf Thanks.. share|improve this answer edited Apr 21 '15 at 23:23 answered Apr 21 '15 at 23:17 MrBrody 1802313 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote With Acrobat XI running, open Windows' My dad was about to buy a new PC because of this annoying problem trying to read PDF files.
Adobe Reader Not Responding Windows 7
Acrobat DC keeps "Not Responding" and IE (Versions 10 & 11) crashing constantly when viewing PDF's online.OS Windows 7 SP1 (64 Bit)Have tried all the suggestions above... If you opened a PDF document from a remote network drive, and that drive later becomes unavailable, Acrobat will freeze at every start-up for as long as the remote PDF remains Adobe Reader Dc Not Responding I already started. Adobe Reader Crashing Windows 10 I could attach my computer log if I could but I cant here.
which I provided you in the above comment? http://neoppidum.com/adobe-reader/adobe-reader-9-1.php Reply Obi 6 December 2014 at 04:10 # This simply worked. We found once the workstation was in this failed condition that the acrord32.exe was still in memory. Verify Adobe Reader is functioning properly before re-enabling startup items. 3. Adobe Acrobat Pro Not Responding
Edit > Preferences > Documents > check “Restore last view settings when re-opening documents” Reply CHARLES 29 September 2015 at 23:59 # thanks so much. Username : Email : Web Site : Comment : Social MediaPoll Are you Migrating to VDI? It seems as if the program is looking for a resource that is unavailable or trying to accomplish a task and can't (but keeps trying). weblink If the problem recurs after you re-create the Adobe Reader preferences folder, then the problem isn't related to the Preferences folder.
So far it is working. =) Reply MB 30 August 2015 at 13:15 # the combatation of these to solved it for me. Adobe Reader Dc Problems I'm using Acrobat Pro DC. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 11.
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Accept all changes and re-launch Acrobat Reader or re-open that PDF file you were previously trying to view. For more information about a third-party disk utility, refer to the utility's documentation. 16. Open Adobe Reader X navigate to Edit->Preferences->General clear the check-mark at "Enable Protected Mode at startup" Click OK to save the changes (acknowledge the warning) Shutdown Adobe Reader X You can also disable Adobe Reader Keeps Crashing Note: Before you remove or rearrange hardware, turn off the power to the computer and any peripherals. 19.
To top this list is the freezing of the application when it opens a PDF file. So far it is working. =) Reply MB 30 August 2015 at 13:15 # the combatation of these to solved it for me. Run a detect and repair on Adobe Reader with the corrupted Reader plug-ins removed from the Reader folder. http://neoppidum.com/adobe-reader/adobe-reader-8-12.php See what happens to physical memory. 0 Pimiento OP paulmullen Nov 23, 2014 at 3:29 UTC I should also point out that each stream in a PDF files
Note the description, source, and EventID, and search for a solution to the error on the Microsoft website at http://support.microsoft.com , or contact Microsoft or the hardware vendor for assistance. 18. I have Windows 7 Professional. Change regionUnited States (Change) Choose your region Selecting a region changes the language and/or content on Adobe.com. Re: Acrobat DC freezing or "not responding" JillWB Jan 12, 2016 10:44 AM (in response to scott7118) I have a similar, but not identical, problem.
Adobe Reader X 10.1.16 Windows Vista Reply Anonymous 11 August 2016 at 10:35 # Thanks for the solution. I encounter this so frequently that it has become really annoying. I thought about that but I will need to get management approval to try that (of course). This computer that I am having problems with is at my work.
Try disabling the 'Protected Mode' in reader and check the performance.
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