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Acrobat Reader 9 For Mac Won 039;t Update


Make sure you update to the latest printer driver (a program that controls your printer). Printer manufacturers offer updated drivers to improve compatibility with newer software, such as newer versions of Reader and Acrobat.




Acrobat Reader 9 For Mac Won 039;t Update



Adobe releases free security updates quarterly. Make sure you update your version of Reader or Acrobat to the latest release. The updates often include fixes to common problems. Download the latest free update.


This update resolves an out-of-bounds read vulnerability rated Important, and a stack overflow vulnerability rated Important that is caused by unsafe processing of specially crafted epub files. Refer Security bulletin at -Editions/apsb18-13.html


This update addresses an XML external entity processing vulnerability rated critical thatcould lead to information disclosure, out-of-bounds read vulnerabilities that could lead to the disclosure of memory addresses and a memory corruption vulnerability that could lead to the disclosure of memory addresses. Refer Security bulletin at -Editions/apsb17-39.html


This update resolves a critical heap buffer overflow vulnerability that could lead to code execution, seven memory corruption vulnerabilities rated important that could lead to disclosure of memory addresses and an XML external entity processing vulnerability rated critical that could lead to information disclosure. Refer Security bulletin at -Editions/apsb17-27.html


This update resolves an important vulnerability that could result in a memory address leak, and an important XML parsing vulnerability that could lead to information disclosure. Refer Security bulletin at, -Editions/apsb16-45.html


After the famous Java update 6, all the applications worked fine, BUT NOT Acroba 9 Pro. It seemed to open, but not worked. I had the same problem occurring with El Capitan, but with no solution, no uncheck could help me.


So, after some struggles, I found my old dusty cds with all the dmg files of the software updates I received in the past of the CS4 products. I never liked Adobe Updater: manual update is painful and boring, but I learned at my risk that it's better that you never let computers or software decide things in place of you .


How can I get a copy of the updater? I had to contact Adobe Chat and they had me use a link, but this only installed a modified version of 9.0 which does not have a link for updates. I now have it installed, but I would like to update to the latest update if possible. Are these updates available somewhere?


I encountered the same unresponsive "Acrobat" when uploading v 9.0.0 from disk. The formula of downloads and sequential order of updaters found above made it operational on this new system. Also, the ftp site wasn't entirely cooperative using Google, but Firefox delivered the goods.


Acrobat 9 Pro became operational on my 2017 build iMac with an early update (perhaps even after 9.1), but I confirmed it was still operational at update 9.3. At the moment I'm up to 9.3.3, but there was a glitch in my file at 9.4 updater, so I'm re-downloading it.


I was able to download the missing update files that I needed from the KHK site. After installing all the way up to 9.5.5, I encountered the "AMT Subsystem Failure" error. Which after some (errr lengthy) researcha dn trail and error was eventually able to resolve by removing the old FLEXnet folder from Application Support and having it regenerate a new one when running the program.


Should I use the updates ending in "_all.dmg" or "_gef.dmg"? I am attempting to update Adobe 9 Pro (Mac). It looks like every update has a "_all.dmg" file, but only some have an update ending in "_gef.dmg". Thank you in advance.


I had to buy a new Mac last week due to the fact that my old one died unexpectedly. I'm seriously thrilled that I was able to get my whole CS5 to work, however, I'm really not sure what to do about Adobe Acrobat Pro 9. I read that you were able to do it. Did you do it from a disc or from the download they have on their website. The reason I ask is because I've tried it several times using both ways (disc and digital) and I still can't get it to load. It will put it in my Application folder, but when I double-click it to open it, it tells me to put in my administrators password and then just stays on the opening screen saying that it's installing/fixing installation. I left it that way for about 20 minutes and nothing happened. When I clicked onto something else, the window closed and I was left with the word Acrobat up in the menu with nothing else. No drop-down or any other things in the menu. I checked all over the internet and YouTube and your posting is the only thing that I somewhat found helpful. However, I just can't get anything to load, never mind doing all those updates. I'm totally willing to do all the updates. Can you just tell me how you got it to run in the first place.


3. opened illustrator CS5 and clicked on Help>Updates. This automatically opened the Adobe Application Manager and showed all updates for anything related to CS5 (Acrobat 9 pro did not show up in this list).


I have always used free Adobe Reader. Now, w OSX 10.13.6, it won't work. Asks for an update which seems impossible to find. Any suggestions. Am willing to pay a one-time, modest fee to use an upgraded version of Adobe Reader.


Adobe Acrobat 3D included all of the functionality of Acrobat Professional 7.0 as well as updated assistance for embedded 3D computer graphics, tools for capturing 3D content from OpenGL applications, and the Adobe Acrobat 3D Toolkit for converting CAD documents to PDF objects. Also included is a version of the capture tool for installation on Unix systems.


A later update 8.1 in June 2007 was released in order to be compatible with Microsoft Office 2007, Windows Vista, and 64-bit Windows operating systems.[4] Also during September 2007, Adobe Reader 8.1.1 released for Linux and Solaris (SPARC) users.


Support by Adobe for Adobe Acrobat Classic 2015 and Acrobat Reader Classic 2015 ended April 7, 2020.[24] The UI in this version has changed dramatically since version XI.Adobe Acrobat DC is available for Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 or later.It is also available for Mac OS X 10.9 or later.Beginning in this version, version numbers are now labeled by year of release, not by the number of the release. As such, this has version number "15" instead of "12". Also, Adobe Acrobat DC is split into two tracks, continuous and classic. The classic track has updates released quarterly and does not provide new features in updates, whereas the continuous track has updates issued more frequently with updates performed silently and automatically.[25]


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@Jesper - thanks. I do see that option. I hadn't seen the original update by Ayush, but for some reason I've gotten several update emails the past few days. One of those updates from earlier today - a comment by Anonymous - said to set the option using the 'File > Properties > Initial View > Window Options' screen. My installation doesn't have the 'Initial View' tab on the Document Properties screen (though it is on the screenshot that Anonymous included). In any case, it's good to know that I can set it globally on the 'Edit > Preferences > Documents' configuration page.


Second - Even though fixed, the 'File > Properties > Initial View' tab does not exist in my installation (Adobe Acrobat Reader DC, Continuous Release Version 2021.011.20039).(Check for updates says I'm up to date).


This issue has now been solved - it's great! Does anyone have issues with 'adobe acrobat dc could not open because it is either not a supported file type... or it is damaged'? I have never had this issue since the update and now it happens multiple times a day!


NOTE: If you have an older version of PowerPoint, you may need to update it to access the features described below. If you do not have PowerPoint, you can download it and other Microsoft Office products for free by going to office365.uwec.edu. If you have questions about updating or installing PowerPoint, contact the LTS Help Desk at helpdesk@uwec.edu or 715-836-5711.


  • This move is to accommodate the upcoming major renovations in Memorial Union. CampusRecreation & Unions asked IET to relocate MU Station computer lab inorder to move the Tech Hub to that location. The computer lab will move backto a new location in the MU after the MU renovations are complete in roughly2015.Summer 2013 Installed Dell Optiplex 3010 computers with Intel Core i5 3.2 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB hard drive, CD-RW & DVD+/-RW optical drive, and 20" widescreen flat panel monitors in 2101 SCC, 73 Hutchison and 93 Hutchison

  • Installed Mac Mini computers with Intel Core i5 2.5GHz processor, 4GB RAM, 500GB hard drive and a 20" widescreen flat panel monitors in 1 Olson, 15 Olson, 21 Olson, 27 Olson, 182 Shields, and the 247 Olson instructor station

  • Upgraded the projection systems in 1, 21 & 27 Olson. The upgrade consisted of a Panasonic PT-VW431DU widescreen projector, a Crestron touch panel controller, a Crestron digital switcher, and both VGA & DVI laptop connections.

  • Added Final Cut Pro X to 2101 SCC Mac 23

  • Added After Effects CS 6 to 2101 SCC Macs 7-10 & 23

  • Upgraded to AB Tutor 7 in all PC computer classrooms

  • Installed a ScanSnap document scanner in 15 Olson

  • Installed a flatbed scanner in 177 MU

  • Upgraded software on all PCs: Office 2013

  • Firefox 23

  • Chrome 29

  • Many other small utilities such as Acrobat Pro, Flash Player, Java, etc.

  • Upgraded software on all Macs: Firefox 23

  • Chrome 29

  • Many other small utilities such as Acrobat Pro, Flash Player, Java, etc.

  • Spring Break 2013 Added Drink Safe Zones at the front of the classroom in 2020 SciLab, 2060 SciLab, 75 Hutchison and 93 Hutchison

  • Upgraded software on all PCs: Firefox 19

  • Chrome 25

  • Internet Explorer 10

  • Many other small utilities such as Acrobat Pro, Flash Player, Java, etc.

  • Upgraded software on all Macs: Firefox 19

  • Chrome 25

  • Many other small utiliites such as Acrobat Pro, Flash Player, Java, etc.

  • Winter 2013 Upgraded to SPSS 21 in 75 Hutchison

  • Winter Break 2012 Upgraded the projection screens in 73 & 93 Hutchison to larger 16x10 ratio screens.

  • Split the front row of lights in 75 Hutchison onto a separate switch. This improvedprojection since turning off the front row made the projected image easier to see.

  • Installed Logic in 2101 SCC Audio Room

  • Upgraded software on all PCs: Firefox 17

  • Chrome 23

  • JAWS 14

  • Acrobat XI Pro

  • Many other small utiliites such as Flash Player, Java, etc.

  • Upgraded software on all Macs: Firefox 17

  • Chrome 23

  • Acrobat XI Pro

  • Many other small utiliites such as Flash Player, Java, etc.

  • Fall 2012 Upgraded to Vectorworks 2013 in 2101 & 2103 SCC

  • Summer 2012 Closed 1131 Meyer and moved services to 75 Hutchison

  • Installed Dell Optiplex 390 computers with Intel Core i5 3.1 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM, 250 GB hard drive, CD-RW & DVD+/-RW optical drive, and 20" widescreen flat panel monitors in 182 Shields and 15 Olson.

  • Installed HP Color LaserJet 3505dn printers in 182 Shields and 177 MU

  • Upgraded to Adobe Creative Suite 6 in 2101 SCC, 2102 SCC, 2103 SCC, and 93 Hutchison

  • Installed Camtasia 2.1 in 2101 SCC Audio Room and Group Editing Room

  • Upgraded software on all PCs: Firefox 15

  • Chrome 20

  • ClaroRead 6.1.8

  • PuTTY 0.62

  • Snagit 11.0 on instructor PCs

  • Many other small utiliites such as Flash Player, Acrobat X Pro, Java, etc.

  • Upgraded software on all Macs: Firefox 15

  • Chrome 21

  • Safari 5.1.7

  • Snagit 2.0 on instructor Macs

  • Many other small utiliites such as Flash Player, Acrobat X Pro, etc.

  • Spring 2012 Made IET Virtual Lab available to campus

  • Upgraded Macs to ClaroRead 5.0.8

  • Spring Break 2012 Installed waitline display in 2101 SCC to help clients find an available computer.

  • Upgraded software on all PCs: Firefox 11

  • Chrome 17

  • Many other small utiliites such as Flash Player, Java, etc.

  • Upgraded software on all Macs: Firefox 11

  • Chrome 17

  • Safari 5.1.4

  • Many other small utiliites such as Flash Player, etc.

  • Upgraded software on Macs in the IET Media Lab (2101 SCC): Camera Raw 6.6

  • Media Converter 1.2

  • Google Earth 6

  • Winter 2012 Upgraded all Macs to ClaroRead 5.0

  • Winter Break 2011 Moved computer rooms from Hart to the new Student Community Center

  • Upgraded software on all PCs: Firefox 8

  • Chrome 16

  • Windows Movie Maker 6

  • Many other small utiliites such as Acrobat Pro, Java, etc.

  • Upgraded software on all Macs: Firefox 9

  • Chrome 16

  • Safari 5

  • Many other small utiliites such as Apple Remote Desktop, Acrobat Pro, Java, etc.

  • Fall 2011 Upgraded dual-boot Mac Minis in Center for Accessible Technologies to Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.6.8 and the rest of the Summer 2011 upgrdes.

  • Summer 2011 Closed the open-access computer lab in 1154 Meyer

  • Installed Dell Optiplex 790 computers with Intel Core i5 2.4 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM, 250 GB hard drive, CD-RW & DVD+/-RW optical drive, and 20" widescreen flat panel monitors in 177 MU and 75 Hutchison

  • Installed Apple iMac computers with Intel i5 2.4 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB hard drive, CD-RW & DVD+/-RW optical drive, and 21.5" widescreen flat panel in 177 MU, 75 Hutchison, 1101 Hart (open-access area) and 241 Olson

  • Installed Apple iMac computers with Intel i7 Quad-core 2.8GHz processor, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB hard drive, CD-RW & DVD+/-RW optical drive, and 21.5" widescreen flat panel in 1102 Hart

  • Installed Apple MacBook computers with Intel i5 2.3 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM, 320 GB hard drive, CD-RW & DVD+/-RW optical drive, and 13" flat panel in 247 Olson

  • Upgraded software on all PCs: Windows 7

  • Office 2010

  • Acrobat Pro X

  • Firefox 5

  • Chrome 13

  • Microsoft Forefront

  • Many other small utiliites such as Paint.NET, Any Video Converter and Any Audio Converter

  • Upgraded software on all Macs: OS X 10.6.8

  • Office 2011

  • Acrobat Pro X

  • Chrome 13

  • Firefox 5

  • Upgraded to Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 in 1101 Hart, 1102 Hart, 93 Hutchison and 1131 Meyer

  • Upgraded all the remaining computer rooms to Dell 5530dn printers

  • Spring 2011 Installed Dell 5530dn printers in 1101 and 1102 Hart

  • Spring Break 2011 Installed Dell 5530dn printers in 177 MU

  • Upgraded all PCs to Sophos 9.5

  • Upgraded all Macs to Safari 5.0.4

  • Upgraded software on all PCs and Macs: Google Chrome 10.0.648.151

  • Firefox 3.6.15

  • Flash 10.2.152.32

  • Winter Break 2010 Added Epson 4490 flatbed scanner to 75 Hutchison

  • Upgraded to Hitachi CP-SX635 projectors in 2020 SciLab, 73 Hutchison and 93 Hutchison

  • Upgraded Macs in Center for Accessible Technologies to Mac OS X 10.6.5

  • Upgraded software on all PCs: Google Chrome 8.0.552.215

  • Adobe Reader 9.4.1

  • Firefox 3.6.12

  • ClaroRead Plus 5.5

  • JAWS 12

  • Upgraded software on all Macs: Google Chrome 8.0.552.231

  • ClaroRead Standard 4.2

  • Firefox 3.6.12

  • Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.4.1 in 1101 Hart, 1102 Hart, 93 Hutchison, 1131 Meyer and Center for Accessible Technologies

  • Upgraded to Endnote X4 on Macs in 182 Shields, 75 Hutchison, 1 Olson, 15 Olson, 21 Olson, 241 Olson and 247 Olson

  • Added PSPP (SPSS clone) to PCs in 75 Hutchison and 177 MU

  • Dasher 4.1 in Center for Accessible Technologies

  • Click-N-Type virtual keyboard in Center for Accessible Technologies

  • Many more small software updates (Flash, etc.)

  • Fall 2010 Installed ClaroRead Plus 5.5 on PCs in Center for Accessible Technologies

  • Installed ClaroRead Standard 4.2 on Macs in Center for Accessible Technologies

  • Installed Dragon Dictate on Mac #4 in Center for Accessible Technologies

  • Summer 2010 Moved the media functions from 1154 Meyer to 1101 Hart. These functions include digital video editing, the audio room, scanning,and image manipulation.

  • Implemented the Center for Accessible Technologies in 163 Shields. Weremoved the open-access PCs and replaced the with accessible dual-bootMac Minis. The furniture was also upgraded to height-adjustable tables.

  • Installed Dell Optiplex GX 780 computers with Intel Core 2 Duo 3.16 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM, 250 GB hard drive, CD-RW & DVD+/-RW optical drive, and 20" widescreen flat panel monitors in 1131 Meyer

  • Converted 1154 Meyer into an Open Access computer lab with14 Dell Optiplex 745 and 2 Apple iMac computers. Scanners are available onone Mac and two PCs.

  • Installed ScanSnap document scanners in 75 Hutchison and 1154 Meyer

  • Upgraded to Final Cut Studio 3 in 1101 and 1102 Hart

  • Upgraded the audio room in 1101 Hart to Pro Tools 8.0.3

  • Upgraded Macs to Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.3.4 in 1101 and 1102 Hart

  • Installed a microphone for the instructor in 1102 Hart

  • Upgraded software on all PCs: Made Office 2007 applications the default

  • Firefox 3.6.8

  • Acrobat Reader 9.3.4

  • SeaMonkey 2.0.4

  • Flash Player 10.1.82.76

  • Shockwave player 11.5.7.609

  • Quicktime 7.6.6

  • Java 6 update 20

  • AB Tutor Control 6.5

  • Upgraded software on all Macs: Office 12.2.6

  • Firefox 3.6.8

  • Safari 5.0.2

  • Flash Player 10.1.82.76

  • Upgraded media utilities in 1101 and 1102 Hart including VLC, Celtx, etc.

  • Upgraded to Stata 11.1 in 93 Hutchison

  • Installed Endnote X4 on PCs in 182 Shields, 75 Hutchison and 15 Olson

  • Installed Endnote X3 on Macs in 182 Shields, 75 Hutchison, 1 Olson, 15 Olson, 21 Olson, 241 Olson and 247 Olson

  • Spring Break 2010 Upgraded Macs to Adobe Acrobat 9.3.2 in 1102 Hart and 1154 Meyer

  • Upgraded to Google Sketchup 7 in 1102 Hart and 1154 Meyer

  • Spring Break 2010 Replaced instructor's station in 247 Olson with a Mac Mini and 17"flat panel display on a monitor arm.

  • Updated all PCs and Macs to Flash plug-in 10.0.45.2

  • Updated all PCs to Real Alternative 2.0.2

  • Updated all Macs to Office 12.2.4

  • Updated all Macs to Safari 4.0.5

  • Updated all Macs to Firefox 3.6.2

  • Updated Macs to Adobe Acrobat 9.3.1 in 1102 Hart, 1101 Hart scanner stations, and 1154 Meyer

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