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What is the problem?

If you are having trouble installing the Acrobat DC Installer on Windows 10, there may be a problem with your installation. To troubleshoot the issue, follow these steps:

  1. Check to see if you have an up-to-date version of the Acrobat DC Installer installed.
  2. If you do not have an up-to-date version of the Acrobat DC Installer installed, try reinstalling it from the Microsoft Store.
  3. If you still experience problems installing or using the Acrobat DC Installer, please contact our support team for assistance.

What were you doing when the problem occurred?

I was trying to install the Acrobat DC Installer on my Windows 10 computer. The installer started normally, but then it got stuck at a certain point and I couldn't do anything to fix it.

Have you tried restarting your computer?

  1. If you're using a computer that's connected to the internet, try restarting your computer.
  2. If you're using a computer that's not connected to the internet, try pressing and holding down the power button for about 20 seconds until your computer shuts off.
  3. If neither of those things works, try reinstalling the acrobat dc installer from Windows 10 Update History or from an earlier version of Windows

Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling Acrobat DC?

If you are using Windows 10, there is a possibility that the Acrobat DC installer may be stuck. In this guide, we will discuss how to uninstall and reinstall Acrobat DC on Windows

If you are using an older version of Windows or if your computer does not have the latest updates installed, then uninstalling and reinstallingAcrobat DC may not work.

In this guide we will use these steps to uninstall and reinstall acrobat dc:

  1. If you are using an older version of Windows or if your computer does not have the latest updates installed, then uninstalling and reinstalling Acrobat DC may not work.In this guide, we will use the following steps to uninstall and reinstall Acrobat DC: Open the Start menu and click on Control Panel Under Programs, click on Uninstall a Program Under Acrobat DC 2017 for Windows (or any other name), select it Click on Uninstall When prompted to confirm your decision, click on Yes After uninstaling Acrobat DC 2017 for Windows (or any other name), restart your computer Install Adobe Acrobat DC 2018 by downloading it from Adobe's website Launch Adobe AcriberDC 2018 If you are prompted to update your software, click on Update Now After updating Adobe AcriberDC 2018, launch the installation program again Follow the instructions displayed during installation12131415161718192021
  2. Open the start menu and click control panel
  3. Under programs ,click uninstall a program
  4. under acrobde 2017 for windows (or any other name ),select it
  5. Click uninstall
  6. When prompted to confirm your decision ,click yes
  7. After uninstaling acrobde 2017 for windows(or any other name),restart your computer
  8. Install adobe acrber dc 2018 by downloading it from adobe’s website
  9. Launch adobe acrberdc 2018 If you are prompted to update your software ,click update now After updating adobeacrberdc2018 ,launchthe installation program again

What happens when you try to uninstall Acrobat DC?

If you are having trouble uninstalling Acrobat DC from your computer, there are a few things that could be going on. First, make sure that the program is properly installed and updated. If you're using Windows 10, make sure that you have the latest version of the Microsoft Office suite installed. Second, if you're experiencing problems with Acrobat DC, it's possible that something is preventing it from being uninstalled. Try following these steps to uninstall Acrobat DC:

  1. Start by opening the Control Panel and clicking on Uninstall a Program.
  2. In the list of programs that appears, find and click on Acrobat DC.
  3. Click on Uninstall to begin the uninstall process.
  4. If prompted to save any files before uninstallation begins, please do so in order to avoid any potential problems later on.
  5. After uninstalling Acriber DC, please restart your computer in order to complete the removal process.

Are you logged in as an administrator on your computer?

If not, you will need to log in as an administrator before proceeding.

Figure A: The Acrobat DC Installer for Windows 10 download page

Figure B: Double-clicking on the Acrobat DC Installer file

Figure C: The installation of Acrobat DC begins

Figure D: The final steps of installing Acriber DC

  1. If you are using a computer that is connected to the internet, open your web browser and type "https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48145" into the address bar.
  2. Click on the link that appears in the web browser window and then click on the Download button next to the Acrobat DC Installer for Windows 10 icon (see Figure A).
  3. When the download has completed, close all open windows on your computer and double-click on the Acrobat DC Installer file that was downloaded (see Figure B).
  4. Follow the instructions displayed during installation (see Figures C and D).
  5. After installation has completed, restart your computer so that it can apply any changes that were made during installation (see Figure E).
  6. Once your computer has restarted, open Microsoft Edge or another web browser and navigate to https://aka .ms/acroddc . From there, you can sign in with your account name and password or create a new account if you do not have one already (see Figure F).
  7. You should now see a list of available documents in Adobe Document Cloud (see Figure G). Documents in Adobe Document Cloud can be accessed from any device with an internet connection, including phones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers (see Figure H). You can also share documents with other people by sending them links or by inviting them to join an existing collaboration group (see Figures I and J).
  8. To access more detailed information about a document such as its size or permissions status, hover your mouse over its thumbnail image while it is highlighted in either Microsoft Edge or Adobe Document Cloud (see Figures K and L), respectively. Alternatively, you can use keyboard shortcuts such as Ctrl+F11 to search for text within a document or Ctrl+A to select all text within a document except for selected paragraphs or images (.jpg files only), which you can then copy by pressing Ctrl+C followed by V Paste into Clipboard ⇒ Edit ⇒ Copy (). Finally press Esc key twice to exit out of these dialog boxes without making any changes ().
  9. If you would like to delete a document from Adobe Document Cloud but do not want it permanently deleted from your computer system , simply right-click on its thumbnail image while it is highlighted in either Microsoft Edge or Adobe Document Cloud (), select Delete from the menu that appears (), confirm this action by clicking Yes when prompted (), and then delete the document from both locations (). If at any time during this process you experience difficulties please feel free to contact customer support via telephone at 1-800-331 - 9236 (+1 617 827 0537 outside United States) Monday through Friday between 7am – 11pm ET , Saturday between 8am – 10pm ET , Sunday between 9am – 7pm ET ).

Do you have enough free space on your hard drive for the installation?

Yes, I have enough free space on my hard drive for the installation.

No, I do not have enough free space on my hard drive for the installation.

What type of computer do you have?

I have a Windows 10 computer.

I have a Windows 8.1 computer.

I have a Windows 7 computer.

Do you want to install the software automatically or manually?

Manually.

What anti-virus software are you using?

There are many different types of anti-virus software, and it's up to you to decide which one is right for you. Some people prefer antivirus software that monitors your computer for malware and other threats, while others may only need a program that scans their computer for viruses.

One thing to keep in mind is that not all antivirus programs are created equal. Some may be more effective at detecting viruses than others, so it's important to choose the right one for your needs.

Some popular anti-virus software include: AVG, Bitdefender, Kaspersky Lab, Norton Antivirus, Panda Security and Symantec Endpoint Protection. If you're not sure which one to choose or if your current software isn't doing the job well enough, we recommend consulting with a trusted friend or family member before making any changes.

Have you temporarily disabled your anti-virus software to see if that solves the problem?

  1. If you are using an anti-virus software, temporarily disable it and see if that solves the problem.
  2. If you have tried disabling your anti-virus software and the problem still persists, then try uninstalling and reinstalling the acrobat dc installer.
  3. If uninstalling and reinstalling the acrobat dc installer does not solve the problem, then your computer may have a virus that is preventing it from installing or running correctly. In this case, you will need to take your computer to a professional for help cleaning it up.

What other software is running on your computer?

  1. What other software is running on your computer?
  2. How can you tell if the acrobat dc installer is stuck on Windows 10?
  3. What should you do if the acrobat dc installer is stuck on Windows 10?
  4. How to uninstall and reinstall the acrobat dc installer on Windows 10?
  5. Can't find the Acrobat DC Installer in Control Panel or Programs and Features?
  6. Tips for troubleshooting an installation that won't finish or an installation that's getting stuck after starting it up.

Have you tried installing Acrobat DC in a different location on your hard drive, such as in C:Program Files rather than C:Program Files (x86)?

If you have tried this and the installer still isn't working, then there may be a problem with your installation.To try to fix the problem, follow these steps:1. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to C:Program Files2. Right-click on Acrobat DC and select "Properties".3. On the General tab, make sure that the Location is set to "C:Program Files (x86)Acrobat DC".4. If you are using 64-bit Windows, make sure that the Location is set to "C:Program Files (x64)Acrobat DC".5. Click on OK to close the Properties window.6. Run Acrobat DC again from its executable file by double-clicking on it7. If prompted, enter your administrator password8. When Acriber DC starts up, it should now open without any problems9.(Optional) To further troubleshoot if Acrobat still isn't opening after following these steps, try running a diagnostic tool such as Microsoft's System Information Tool or HP's Diagnostic Manager . Both of these tools can help identify which component or components may be causing an issue with your system."

If you're having trouble installing Adobe Acrobat DC 2017 in Windows 10 due to an error message stating that it cannot find its installation location, follow these steps:

1st Step: Make sure that Adobe Acrobat is installed correctly according to their instructions by following this link: https://www2u3bbstatic1bdotsav3cdn2-aibncrfksr7puoa-bundleimages_com/en/pdfs/Adobe%20Acrobat%20DC%202017%20Installation%20Guide_ENUS_.pdf?cb=1528846927&id=dcecddecc&uo=4

2nd Step: If Adobe Acriber was installed correctly but you still get an error message about not being able to find its installation directory when trying to install Adobe Acrobat dc 2017 then first try reinstalling Adobe Acrobat dc 2017 onto your computer from their website instead of using Windows Update or downloading a pre-installed version of Adobe acrobate dc 2017 from certain software retailers like Best Buy etc...