[windows2000] Re: Adobe Acrobat problem in Windows XP

  • From: cej4108@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Charles E. James)
  • To: windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 17:17:29 -0500

Hi, Michael

Have you installed all the SP's, etc?

"Michael Karasch" <karasch@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>Hello All,
>I'm having a problem with Adobe Acrobat installed on Windows XP.  When I
>exit Acrobat, virtual memory usage goes up to 3.99 TB(yes it says TB).
>I tried using Adobe's upgrade to 5.0.5, but the upgrade wouldn't install
>("Setup has determined that there is no product installed to update").
>Running Acrobat in compatibility mode (set to Windows 2000) seems to
>solve the problem, but compatibility mode is set up for each individual
>user, and I've got 300+ users.
>Has anyone seen a fix for this? Or is there a way to set a program to
>compatibility mode for all users?
>Thanks for the help,
>Michael Karasch
>Technical Support Specialist - SOIS
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Charles E. James, Programmer/Analyst 
U. C. Berkeley, Berkeley California
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