I have adobe reader 10.1.2 and in control panel, I cannot remove the adobe patch 9.4.7 that is 215 mb. How do I uninstall old patches?If I remove current installation, the 9.4.7 patch still exists in the add/remove prgrams. If I try to remove the patch, I get this error:This patch could not be opened. Please verify that this patch exists, or contact the manufacturer to verify this is a valid application package.The error occurs even if I try to uninstall the patch first.
Andy Llora 814 days ago
Try out the following tool provided by Microsofthttp://support.microsoft.com/mats/Program_Install_and_Uninstall
Which operating system are you working on?The 9.4.7 entry is of Acrobat or Reader? Can you please post a screen shot of the ARP?
The patch in ARP is Adobe reader from an older version of adobe.I have found posts to remove this item from my ARP list via editign registry key editing, but I want to actually uninstall the 200+ mb from my drive.
not sure why this forum keeps shrinking my image.
It removed the item from Add/Remove programs, but I had to manually remove the files from the adobe folder and cannot locate the hidden windows/install content to remove it from the drive.
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