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Topic: CPU shows 100-percent
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 52540
From: smallikarjun
Date: 5/29/2002 04:52 PM

Hi,

I try to open multiple PDF's where the PDF is opened as a plug-in within IE. There is usually no problem in this but when i try to close the open browsers after i have sent the print command, the browser seems to hang and the CPU shows 100-percent.

This occurs in both Acrobat 4.05c and Acrobat 5 with IE 5.x. The IE actually freezes and the and the iexplore.exe in task manager shows 100 percent utilization. Most of the times i have to end task the process to come out of it. It occurs irrespective of the OS. I tried it in NT, Win 2K and 98.

The problem has become critical as our users always tend to open multiple PDF files. The problem does not seem to appear if the PDF is opened as a helper application to IE. But, i want to suppress the open/Save As dialog box.

Can anyone tell me how i can solve this problem.

Thanks
Sundar


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