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My Adobe Reader was recently upgraded to XI. I can open and read documents, but I cannot print. The computer hangs and indicates a problem with AcroRD32.exe. Is there a fix for this?
Walt Lipke 559 days ago
First step to take is to run a Repair of Reader and see if that fixes the inital problem. If the repair doesn't work and it produces the same error, try to get imformation about the error and let us know so help give a better solution to this problem.
I have two printers - DELL A940 and EPSON RX 595. I have found I can print to the EPSON, but not the DELL. When I try with the DELL, a window appears "AcroRD32.exe unable to locate DLBAGF.DLL. The computer locks and I have to use Task Manager to shut down the error windows and the pdf file. When I do this another window appears "Cannot load library DLBAPRP.DLL." ...I hope this helps. ...Also, believing the A940 driver might have issues I uninstalled and reinstalled. All other applications print successfully, with execption of Acrobat Reader.
You might have to reinstall the printer altogether if your missing specific DLL files.
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