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I'm getting this message every few minutes on a Vista system. Acrord32.exe-No Disk "there is no disk in the drive\Device\Harddisk4\DR4.

I've uninstalled Adobe Reader chrome browser extension with no results.

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If you recently attempted a clean installation and are just now getting the error, Try a system restore point that goes back to before the error was occurring. Easiest fix! After you have done that, I would uninstall Adobe reader and REBOOT. Download and install Glary Utilities from ninite.com and let it clean the registry. After successful reboot without the error, create another system restore point. Next, attempt the installation of Acrobat again. Reboot and see if you get the error. If you do, go back the recently created restore point. If you are still experiencing the error you could try using revo uninstaller to completely remove the buggy corrupt program and it will also allow you to clean the registry as well. Best of luck.

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These instructions apply If you have "Adobe Acrobat Reader" installed, not if you have the paid for, full suite "Adobe Acrobat".

1. Completely uninstal "Adobe Acrobat Reader"
more details (troubleshooting):
https://forums.adobe.com/thread/755658
2. Reinstall (if you so choose) "Adobe Acrobat Reader"
http://get.adobe.com/reader/
or use an alternative (less bloated) PDF-reader:
http://www.tracker-software.com/product/pdf-xchange-viewer

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    You probably should scan your browsers for malware as well:

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