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    I recently received a message asking if I wanted to update my Adobe Acrobat Standard 7.0 to which I said YES. Now, every time I start my computer the Adobe.com Windows Explorer folder opens up on my Desktop (C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat.com).

    How can I eliminate that from happening?

    I have inactivated the Adobe Acrobat Speed Launcher, Adobe Reader Speed Launcher (v9.0) and Acrobat Assistant 7.0 Startup applications from my Common Startup folder and HKLM entries and the Windows Explorer folder still continues to auto open on boot.

    Using Windows XP.

    Thank you.

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    Answered in your other post. Don't use refresh or reload when submitting posts for a topic or a new topic, just wait for the site to do the job. Sometimes it is slow.

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    On Jul 25, 7:28 pm, Juhan_J...@adobeforums.com wrote:
    > I recently received a message asking if I wanted to update my Adobe Acrobat Standard 7.0 to which I said YES. Now, every time I start my computer the Adobe.com Windows Explorer folder opens up on my Desktop (C:\Program Files\Adobe\Acrobat.com).
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    > How can I eliminate that from happening?
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    > I have inactivated the Adobe Acrobat Speed Launcher, Adobe Reader Speed Launcher (v9.0) and Acrobat Assistant 7.0 Startup applications from my Common Startup folder and HKLM entries and the Windows Explorer folder still continues to auto open on boot.
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    > Using Windows XP.
    >
    > Thank you.


    I have the same problem, and know of others with it. There seems to
    be a malware virus here. Anyone know how to get rid of it?

    Leon

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