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Topic: Acrobat Error Msg 'Unable to find Adobe PDF resource files
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 118533
From: mucklucks
Date: 9/11/2004 03:12 AM

To All/Any -

Running Acrobat 6.02 on XP Home (384 RAM) all's been cool ...until last upgrade. After that, whenever I click on Create PDF - then select 'from file' - then maneuver to a file and Click OPEN - Bang! Ploop! Up pops the pop-up error msg:

> Unable to find "Adobe PDF" resource files.
> Do you want to run the installer in repair mode? <

Using Repair Mode (with the original Acrobat 6.0 CD in drive) does not repair my Acrobat. I am (how you say?) stumped.

Some Further Info: My Resource folder holds 17 files and 3 folders. It's total size is 451Kb. Here is its path:

C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat 6\Resource

Any/All help will be gloriously appreciated.

mucklucks


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