It's a longshot, but in the absence of other suggestions you might want to
try Microsoft's program uninstaller to get rid of any lingering unwanted
Acrobat registry associations or shared files/folders. I haven't used it but
there is a good buzz about it on the web, which is very unusual for anything
Microsoft. You may want to (or need to) reinstall Acrobat first before you
do this -  please read up on what you're getting into if you elect to try it

ST wrote:
> ST wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I uninstalled Acrobat and installed Foxit reader.  It works fine as a
>> separate program to view PDF files, but there is a problem if I click
>> on a pdf file from a Seamonkey window.
>> It starts to download, but then freezes.  A popup will come up with a
>> 'Server Busy' heading. The message says: The application cannot be
>> completed because [file name] (application/pdf object) Seamonkey
>> program is not responding.
>> Then there are two boxes below that can be clicked.  One says Switch
>> [which when clicked does nothing] and the other says Retry.  If
>> Retry is clicked, it goes away for a few seconds then the original
>> popup comes back. There is a Cancel button also, but that is grayed
>> out.  I can't close the program after that without using the task
>> manager. The task manager shows Foxit as being loaded, but if I kill
>> that program I'm still frozen and have to kill Seamonkey also.
>> I tried adding Foxit to the helper applications but that did nothing.
>> Suggestions would be appreciated?
>> Thanks,
>> ST
> Hello,
> I forgot to add that Foxit load PDF files fine within IE.
> ST

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