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Some of your user settings files may be corrupted.  Your best chance is to do a completely clean re-install of your viewer.  That means removing not only the viewer's exe file and everything else in the same folder (probably in C:\Program) but also the viewer's local and roaming settings in Documents & Settings. Then install a fresh copy of your preferred viewer.  See http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/doku.php?id=fs_clean_reinstall for a description of the steps.  If you're not using Firestorm, look for the equivalent files for your own viewer.

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Some of your user settings files may be corrupted.  Your best chance is to do a completely clean re-install of your viewer.  That means removing not only the viewer's exe file and everything else in the same folder (probably in C:\Program) but also the viewer's local and roaming settings in Documents & Settings. Then install a fresh copy of your preferred viewer.  See http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/doku.php?id=fs_clean_reinstall for a description of the steps.  If you're not using Firestorm, look for the equivalent files for your own viewer.

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