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Jun
12
comment Acrobat Failed to Load core DLL without any rootkits
@DaveRook, it is what I first did, but it did not work with Adobe Reader XI. I had to downgrade to Adobe Reader X. I was hoping my endusers can use the latest version, since it gets pushed automatically via group policy.
Jun
12
comment Acrobat Failed to Load core DLL without any rootkits
I just uninstalled Reader XI - I had to use the cleaner tool, since X and XI wouldn't allow me to install it, so I did the full XI from the adobe site, not the msi I am pushing, and same error, so I uninstalled again, cleaner tool, then X and now it works fine. Not too sure. I guess I have to contact Adobe then because its only an issue so far on Windows 7 x64 folks.
Jun
12
comment Acrobat Failed to Load core DLL without any rootkits
@ramhound No, I am using the regular distributable version of Acrobat Reader. I did post this originally in the Adobe forums and got no response, I am not sure whom to contact at Adobe. I am thinking I may downgrade those folks, at least as an experiment to see if it makes any difference. But, no I did not think of running sfc, I will give that a shot too. Thanks for the suggestion.
Jun
11
comment Acrobat Failed to Load core DLL without any rootkits
@Ramhound - I would had thought that too, but now a second enduser is complaining of the same thing - both with the Protected Mode nonsense. I don't know if it is an issue with Win 7 x64 (My machine is x86) and 100+ endusers all received the push for Reader XI. I used the config tool to generate the mst file, so unless its a 64-bit issue, I don't think it is corruption when more than one computer is exhibiting the same thing. I can try to downgrade them to Acrobat X, or manually install rather than use active directory. Maybe that will give me more insight.
Jun
11
comment Acrobat Failed to Load core DLL without any rootkits
Yes I did (I guess I wasn't clear with that too because I mentioned it in the original question - also in the followup to Dave Rook).
Jun
11
comment Acrobat Failed to Load core DLL without any rootkits
I had just been made aware that a second enduser in the origanisation is having the same issue. Also Windows 7 x64. I recently pushed out the msi for Acro Reader XI but there are 100+ computers in my AD!
Jun
11
comment Acrobat Failed to Load core DLL without any rootkits
As previously mentioned, I provided the error, already stated I uninstalled/reinstalled and as an IT professional I have no idea how else to proceed. Below you will find that there are no errors logged in the event viewer. After following reading what @Dave-Rook mentioned, I am still stuck in the same point.
Jun
11
comment Acrobat Failed to Load core DLL without any rootkits
Okay, I copied the files to C root, and I get the same error. When I first started Adobe Reader, I got an error about Protected Mode, but I chose Always Open with Protected Mode disabled, but I get the same error about core nonetheless. I also found when I start Windows and after logging in, I got an error about reader_sl.exe was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b). There were no logs in the event viewer logged pertaining to anything as to what is currently going on.
Jun
11
comment Acrobat Failed to Load core DLL without any rootkits
Yes, sorry, it is Windows 7 x64, in a office environment (Windows 2003 AD domain)
Jun
11
asked Acrobat Failed to Load core DLL without any rootkits
Apr
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Apr
22
comment Update hyperlinks in Excel 2010 after copying files
I am not sure exactly what to do because I really need my enduser up and running with this. Doing it manually will take far too long- he says the Macro doesn't work. I think because of the temp file space/users directory isn't linking properly. I am not sure how he created the links initially, but it was originally created in Excel 2003 on Windows XP. He now uses Windows 7 with Office 2010.
Apr
17
comment Update hyperlinks in Excel 2010 after copying files
Sorry about that, I didn't know that, but I did edit that yesterday and wasn't sure what to do as I still got an enduser needing a solution...
Apr
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Apr
17
comment Update hyperlinks in Excel 2010 after copying files
This might look similar but it is different because these are local files on the file system. It is issues from a spreadsheet from Windows XP to Windows 7. The macro did not work. Marking it as duplicate was premature and wrong. Please undo that.
Apr
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Apr
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revised Update hyperlinks in Excel 2010 after copying files
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Apr
15
comment Update hyperlinks in Excel 2010 after copying files
PowerGrep seems intriguing. If it makes any difference, if it was just a single file (with multiple workbook-sheets) is there a more a robust search replace?
Apr
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asked Update hyperlinks in Excel 2010 after copying files