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Old 03-27-2011, 03:07 PM   #13
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rj emery: To correct the problem when it appears, I find it necessary to delete the accotray.exe process using Task Manager, after which balance is restored once again to the universe.
Is acrotray.exe loaded when you boot your system?

I wonder what would happen--if it would be useful--if you went into Control Panel > Adminsitrative Tools > Services and changed acrotray (assuming it's listed in Services) from Automatic (load) to Manual? If it's set to Automatic and is running, then first click on the "Stop" button in Services and then change the load type to "Manual". I think with the load type set to Manual, then it would only become active when you opened Acrobat--not sure about this though...

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