Update (): this issue has now been fixed in the latest updates for Adobe Acrobat and Reader 9.5.3 and 10.1.5 available from the Adobe site: Reader updates Acrobat updates Workarounds Changing the zoom settings should allow you to see the contents of the document.Try reducing the Zoom factor, or click the button to “Fit one full page to window”.

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For those looking to roll-back to a previous version of Adobe Acrobat/Reader to avoid this problem, you can find archived versions here: ftp://ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader/.

A while ago I tried to update some of our CRM organizations to the latest version of 0.1 and faced some troubles.

The installer for the update seemed to have been successful, but the actual version of the organization according to Deployment Manager was the old one. I didn’t have time to check it out then, but today I had to because it stopped me from importing solutions into the testing environments. Simply trying to update the CRM Organization via Deployment Manager triggered the error again.

The PDF will open, but the contents may appear blurred, or not display at all.

Reason This error occurs due to a problem in the Adobe Acrobat/Reader functionality used to display scanned documents and/or documents containing JP2K images.

Solution This issue has been fixed with the latest version of Reader XI now available (

We are actively working on a solution for previous versions and expect to have a fix available for Adobe Acrobat/Reader 10.1.x and 9.5.x in Q1 2013.

Windows computers crash and stop responding when there are system errors caused by spyware, viruses and Trojans, improper system changes and registry errors.

Programs become unresponsive within minutes after launching them; others become unresponsive when using them over a long periods of time.

When a program becomes unresponsive, it displays the dreaded "Program Not Responding" message, and as a result, slows down computer speed and performance.

Simple measures, such as defragmenting your system, cleaning the registry and removing viruses, can solve common program freeze problems on your computer.