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floydb1982

join:2004-08-25
Kent, WA

[IE] Adobe Reader X screwed up IE9

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After Adobe Reader X install
After installing Adobe Reader X it has screwed up up IE9 on a few websites. This is what Yahoo home page looks like now. Is there a fix without getting rid of Adobe Reader X??? I need to have Reader X installed on my computer.

Also I am not able to order anything on the Walmart website because I can only get as far as entering the shipping address and then I I cleck on the buttom to continue with my order but IE Just stays on the shipping address section.


plencnerb
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join:2000-09-25
Carpentersville, IL
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I wonder if it is some kind of setting or plug-in inside of IE9 that may be different, as I have reader X (Version 10.1.2 to be exact), and I have no problems with IE9, either the 32 or the 64 bit version.

I know in my case, I have turned off most (if not all) of the Toolbars, Search Providers, etc. I can do screen shots if you want, but I believe the only Add-on that I have running is Flash.

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psafux
Premium,VIP
join:2005-11-10
kudos:2
reply to floydb1982

I would first and foremost remove all toolbars. It may not resolve the issue but I hate toolbars, they are worthless.

I would reset the browser and, if needed, uninstall/reinstall Reader.



jabarnut
Light Years Away
Premium,MVM
join:2005-01-22
Galaxy M31
kudos:2
reply to floydb1982

This may be a totally off the wall shot in the dark, but try going to the file menu in Adobe Reader X, and under: Edit/Preferences/Internet, uncheck "Display PDF in Browser" (If it is in fact checked).
Not really sure how this could help, but it's easy enough to try and worth a shot.
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