Adobe Reader DC not working after Ann. update

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    Adobe Reader DC not working after Ann. update

    When I go to open a pdf or open the Acrobat Reader DC, I get a "Adobe Reader has stopped working............"
    Was working before the major update.

    I've tried the Adobe Cleanup uninstaller and reinstalled, still NG.
    I see a number of posts on the Adobe forum but there doesn't appear to be any help there.
    I have 2 PC's, a laptop and Desktop, both running Build 14905, both have the same problem.

    Anyone found an answer?

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    Not sure what is interfering with Adobe Reader DC on your two systems; It works fine on all my 5 Computers.

    Which Internet Security are you using? May need to grant permission to run.

    Clean Boot, and see if it runs.

    Reset your Browser/s.

    Run SFC and DISM.

    Download and run CCleaner. Repeat running it until it no longer finds anything

    Run a full virus scan.

    Download and run Malwarebytes.

    Uninstall ARDC then install an alternative PDF reader. Such as, PDF reader for Windows 10. This is only for test purposes.

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    Thread Starter

    Sorry, did all that before I posted.
    Found more problems and started new thread.
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  4. Posts : 317
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    Thread Starter

    Should have looked at the Build Info.
    Adobe Reader crashes in both Build 14901 and 14905.

    Known issues for PC

    • Support for kernel debugging over 1394 has been removed, but will be available in an upcoming kit release. A work-around will be posted to the Debugging Tools for Windows Blog shortly.
    • Adobe Acrobat Reader crashes when you try to launch it.

    Read more at Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14905 for PC Mobile | Windows Experience Blog
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