Diana Irrgang

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  • in reply to: Adobe #8842
    Diana Irrgang
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    I started to try this regedit process and after studying it, I think I could lose my whole computer because I don’t know what I’m doing.  Woe is me but I don’t want to get a new computer especially what I see from the forums about windows 8 plus I have my computer split so I have windows 7 and some important programs still under XP.  Any thoughts? 😥 Hugs, Di

    in reply to: Adobe #8841
    Diana Irrgang
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    Well, I did some more checking and it States: Adobe reader cannon open in Portected more due to a incompatibility with your system configuration.  Would you like to open Adobe Reader with protected mode disabled?  Yes

    then you read: Protected Mode was introduced with Adobe Reader X and continues to be Adobe’s primary defense-in-depth security strategy for mitigating and preventing security vulnerabilities. Protected Mode protects you by limiting what malicious files can do and access. Protected Mode is enabled by default, and it is designed to run transparently in the background while protecting your hardware and data.

    Then it take you somewhere to buy something.

    I did find a Fix AcroRd32 but haven’t quite figured out what to do yet.  Will keep you posted.  Hugs, Di

     

    in reply to: Adobe #8840
    Diana Irrgang
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    Hi Norma

    Thank for you for the link and yes I am using windows.  Unfortunately for me the link to me is “clear as mud” so I wasn’t able to figure out how do anything.  I appreciate your help but I’m still at square one.

     

    in reply to: Adobe #8756
    Diana Irrgang
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    [quote quote=8645]I’m wondering if the files are the old Reader format and your PC is the new format or vice versa. Most files it won’t matter, but some will. If it doesn’t give you the option, try “Open With” and say Choose Program, then navigate to your Program Files/Adobe/Reader folder and pick it. There should be a checkbox that says something like “Always use this program for this type of file”. When you uninstalled/reinstalled did you download the new version or just use the one you had already downloaded? Let me think on this some more and do some research… [/quote]

    When I do find an Adobe section. the Always Open With is greyed out.  It seems to be worsening as time goes on but I have tried to get to Adobe but can’t find someone to talk to about it.  Thanks for your suggestion & your research.  Hugs, Di

    in reply to: Campground Memberships Worth the Money? #8638
    Diana Irrgang
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    We use PA quite frequently.  It is especially good when looking for a place to stop for the night when going from point A to B.  It does have stay limitations but if the parks are not full, we have been able to extend a few days.  For the low yearly fee, it pays for itself very quickly.

    We also have a full TT membership.  This works for us as we are fulltimers and travel all over the US so we can usually find a park.   Just be sure you are comparing apples to apples when looking because there so many and you might not end up with what you thought you had.  Hugs, Di

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