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Version 11.0.06:
  • This update provides system requirement enhancements, mitigation for security issues, improved overall stability, bug fixes, and feature enhancements. For a list of specific bug fixes, new features, and other changes in this release, see the Release Notes.
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ver. 11.x:
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Slarkin reviewed on 09 Apr 2014
I have been trying to update version 10.1.9 since January. I use OS 10.8.5.

It starts to install, but then I get an error message: "The Installer encountered an error. . . "

It doesn't say what the error is, so it cannot be updated. Trying to get help on the Adobe site is impossible.

with version 10 I have had to use work arounds for some of Acrobat's other features, but this update is a dead end.

I would appreciate it if anyone has a work around.
[Version 11.0.06]


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sysnetarea reviewed on 13 Feb 2014
Expensive but best for PDF's. If you work a lot with this file type it's a must-have app.
[Version 11.0.06]

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MichalisB9765 replied on 20 Feb 2014
works in 10.9?
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sysnetarea replied on 20 Feb 2014
Yep ... runs like a panther. :-)
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Anomia reviewed on 11 Sep 2013
Still not 64bit?
[Version 11.0.04]


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Eric-Woehler commented on 04 Aug 2013
Been using Acrobat Pro X (CS6) for a while and yesterday, I started getting "Configuration Error) messages:

"Please uninstall and reinstall the product.

If this problem still occurs, please contact Adobe technical support for help, and mention the error code shown at the bottom of this screen.

Error: 6

http://www.adobe.com/support/"

A detailed search on Adobe's support pages, forums (fora) and more broadly on the web failed to produce a solution (various 3rd party solutions, and one of Adobe's) was to delete particular files buried in various folders that Adobe installs like a train smash on your computer.

None worked, none of the 3rd party solution, so the only choice I had was Adobe's colution - reinstall CS6 to fix the "Configuration Error 6" that I can't even determine exactly what it is or what has coused it.

Reinstallation of Acrobat Pro and no surprises, "Configuration Error 6" re-emerges, on a full CS 6 install.

If anyone has any solutions, or even an idea, please reply or post something here.

As you may imagine, I will be talking to Adobe Australia today asking for a solution to this appalling and indefensible situation.

My humble opinion - like so many previous peoples' posts - avoid this g*d-awful garbage software. If I could give it 0 stars, I would.
[Version 11.0.03]


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+36
Jan_rybar commented on 15 May 2013
List of changes for 11.0.03
http://www.adobe.com/devnet-docs/acrobatetk/tools/ReleaseNotes/11/11.0.03.html#elevenzerozerothree
[Version 11.0.03]

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MacUpdate-Jess replied on 15 May 2013
Thanks, Jan, for letting us know about the release notes!
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Libertyforall1776 commented on 27 Jan 2013
Hmm, is there a way to reset the trial to get more time?
[Version 11.0.01]

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RavenNevermore replied on 20 Feb 2013
No.
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Jan_rybar replied on 15 May 2013
Yes, it is: install it on the anoteher machine - you will get another 30 days.
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memoht commented on 14 Jan 2013
I would like to warn you that if you are using Adobe Acrobat and NOT using Flash, Adobe is now going to shove Flash down your throat. I uninstalled Flash from my Mac well over a year ago, but after updating to Acrobat Pro 10.15 this weekend, existing PDF portfolios "suddenly" require Flash in order to open at all. This is an underhanded way of trying to force me to use software that is so full of holes it might as well be swiss cheese. Adobe continues to engage in behavior that does nothing but erode customer loyalty.
[Version 11.0.01]


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Cowicide commented on 10 Jan 2013
After digging around, I found release notes from Adobe on what was updated in version 11.0.01. Thought other might find it helpful.

http://www.adobe.com/devnet-docs/acrobatetk/tools/ReleaseNotes/11/11.0.01.html#elevenzerozeroone
[Version 11.0.01]


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Eric-Woehler reviewed on 09 Jan 2013
The 9.2.0 updater refuses to update my 9.1.3 Pro installation, claiming the application modified and/or plugins missing. Garbage! Stock standard, vanilla installation straight off DVD install.
Even --IF-- it was to work, I would have another ---16--- updaters to run to bring my legally purchased application up to date!! How is this possible? why not a combo updater???
If I could give this Adobe 0 stars I would - after buying CS 4 (and since CS 5.5), their update policy/apps stinks.
[Version 11.0.01]


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Kakeam reviewed on 23 Oct 2012
I purchased Acrobat 10 on September 17. If I want to update to 11 it will cost me $200! I guess this is just the way updates sometime work but (a) I think it sucks; and (b) I'm not giving Adobe another penny!
[Version 11.0]


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RavenNevermore had trouble on 11 Apr 2012
The new Safari plugins work great, however, they did not get installed with this update. After looking for them in the Library folders, I realized they were no where to be found. It did install the Firefox plugins however.

So I had to use Pacifist to extract the plugins from the installer package and manually put them in place.
[Version 10.1.3]


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Eric-Woehler had trouble on 11 Mar 2009
Just tried to run updater after running the "Repair Acrobat Installation" option under the Help menu in Acrobat. Ran the repair ok, 'repaired' the Acrobat printer (which had been working just fine, thank you for asking), then tried the updater. Same old message, plugins removed, app modified, etc etc
So - it looks like I have to reinstall CS4 to update Acrobat from 9 to 9.1. Or I could remove Acrobat from my mac.... hmmmm.. what to do, what to do...
[Version 9.1]

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Slarkin replied on 23 Mar 2011
I have Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.3.4 and have continually had the same problems as Eric-Woehler above: "Update failed" claiming application modified, plugins removed etc.

Months ago I manually reinstalled from the disc, followed by each update to that point. Fine. But with any new updates since then it's the same old crap, with the same message.

Even Adobe's web site is like going around your head to reach your nose. There's no excuse for this nonsense considering what they charge for Adobe Acrobat Pro.

Interestingly, Adobe's FREE Reader is an easy update.

DOES ANYONE KNOW OF AN APP THAT HAS FEATURES SIMILAR TO ADOBE ACROBAT PRO? If so, I would gladly purchase it.
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Eric-Woehler had trouble on 11 Mar 2009
Updater fails to update. Message "Update failed" claiming application modified, plugins removed etc etc etc

Same old same old garbage from Adobe. The app is vanilla, unmodified install straight off my CS4 install disc and the updater fails. Garbage garbage software. How is it that Adobe can get away with this?

Updater tells me to reinstall original software then run updater - its the same for M$ Office - reinstall the software to update it.. Huh? What is this? Windoze world??

Hello - is anyone from Adobe listening?? I spent big bucks on CS4 and I can't keep the software up to date? Honestly, does Adobe think they will keep their user base with behaviour like this?
[Version 9.1]

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Slarkin replied on 23 Mar 2011
I have Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.3.4 and have continually had the same problems as Eric-Woehler above: "Update failed" claiming application modified, plugins removed etc.

Months ago I manually reinstalled from the disc, followed by each update to that point. Fine. But with any new updates since then it's the same old crap, with the same message.

Even Adobe's web site is like going around your head to reach your nose. There's no excuse for this nonsense considering what they charge for Adobe Acrobat Pro.

Interestingly, Adobe's FREE Reader is an easy update.

DOES ANYONE KNOW OF AN APP THAT HAS FEATURES SIMILAR TO ADOBE ACROBAT PRO? If so, I would gladly purchase it.
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Eric-Woehler had trouble on 11 Apr 2008
Doesn't find the earlier version of Acrobat to install
I have 8.1.1 installed as part of CS3
Installer does not see Acrobat 811 as a valid app to update. I have had so many problems with Acrobat Pro 8 (CS 3) to the point where I question the worth of all the stress. Most of the time Acrobat doesnt launch, crashes on startup, or crashes during use. I have vanilla OS X 10.5.2 and this is the one app that gives me grief.
Adobe needs to do some serious work on this.
[Version 8.1.2]

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F451 replied on 26 Jun 2008
I am running into the same issue. However, I still do like Adobe's applications, and Acrobat is still the best.
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tURNiTaROUND had trouble on 23 Oct 2007
I updated to 8.1.1 pro. It failed to launch after a restart of Acrobat Pro, and an error mentioned some missing files... I had run DeLocalizer a week prior to free up some space, 1.3 GB!
Acrobat needs the Chinese fonts that are removed using DeLocalizer.
I ran the Adobe updater utility found in the Utilities folder. It reinstalled those fonts.
Everything works fine now.

Hope this helps!
[Version 8.1.1]


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la-star had trouble on 17 Sep 2007
this sucks! won't install, keeps saying tht Safari is running but it's not. Have not been able to run adobe acrobat pro 8 cs3 even after dumping 7! help
[Version 8.1]



otsu rated on 27 Jul 2013

[Version 11.0.03]



+4

dleaves rated on 18 Jul 2013

[Version 11.0.03]



Pmu8158 rated on 07 May 2013

[Version 11.0.02]



Code4delta rated on 26 Mar 2013

[Version 11.0.02]



+36

Zincker rated on 19 Mar 2013

[Version 11.0.02]



Neight rated on 18 Jan 2013

[Version 11.0.01]



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Mountabe rated on 16 Oct 2012

[Version 11.0]



+2

peterssthomas rated on 10 Mar 2012

[Version 10.1.2]



Zaphodbbx rated on 09 Oct 2011

[Version 10.1.1]



Ludva rated on 21 Apr 2011

[Version 10.0.3]


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