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Error while Opening PDF Files

By tahirmanch ·
I am getting an error while opening any PDF files. We are using Roaming Profile.
If we login in any system will get same error..

Plz provide me the solution.....

Error Displaying: The instruction at "0x010f3742"referenced memory at "0x00000154". The memory could not be "read". Click ok to terminate the program

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by tahirmanch In reply to Error while Opening PDF F ...

Hi,

Can somebody help me out for solving this issue?

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by seanferd In reply to Error while Opening PDF F ...

Try support pages at Adobe.com. Look for the specific Adobe product you are using. Search for "The instruction at '[memory address]' referenced memory at '[memory address]'. The memory could not be 'read'." or "Error opening PDF" if that is the name of the error. e.g.: http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=333213&sliceId=1

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by RooBee81 In reply to Error while Opening PDF F ...

I have no idea. I just click ok. But, I am not qualified to answer this question. Maybe, someone else will answer it.

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by ThumbsUp2 In reply to Error while Opening PDF F ...

I found this solution elsewhere and they were using roaming profiles as well. The specific instruction location isn't quite the same number, but the referenced memory is. So, this may well apply. The article says:

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First off all, make sure you are running the Windows 2003 version of Adobe Reader.
The problem is solved in the new version.

The problem is that if you have Office installed on the same server where Adobe Reader is located - And if users are opening pdf documents in Internet Explorer (if they click open in the open/save dialog in IE the document is opened inside IE).

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So, check to see if you're running the correct version of Adobe Reader (the lastest) for your operating system.

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