Adobe Acrobat is a family of application software and web services developed by Adobe Systems to view, create, manipulate, print and manage files in Portable Document Format, being used by millions of users across the entire world. And you have probably encountered some nasty problems along the way, such as the one that we’re going to talk about.
Recently, many Adobe Acrobat XI users have been reporting that the software has stopped working for them unexpectedly. Here’s what one of them has been saying:
“I have just installed Adobe Acrobat XI Standard on a Windows 7 32 bit machine and when I go to launch it, I receive in a Adobe Acrobat box – Adobe Acrobat has stopped working. Any suggestions?”
- The application can be corrupt. In this case re-installing or repairing will fix the problem
- The data the application uses can be corrupt. Re-installing or repairing will usually not fix this, you may have to remove the data manually, or uninstall Acrobat, then run the Cleaner tool and install Acrobat again.
- Some part of the operating system that your application requires is corrupt. In this case, you would need to repair Windows.
- The PDF file you are trying to open is corrupt. In this case, you should be able to use other PDF files without problems.
If this hasn’t solved your problem, go ahead and follow this thread as you might find there some potential solutions. We’ll be scanning the net for solutions and will report once we find some.