If you’re facing the Adobe pdf link helper acroiehelpershim.dll error, every time you open up your personal computer, then after going through this guide, I believe that you’ll be able to get a clear idea about the various causes of this error and the practical solutions to fix it permanently.
Typical symptoms of this error
The Adobe Pdf Link Helper is a browser add-on by the help of which you can view PDF files directly in Internet Explorer. You can enable or disable it by using the add-on management console in your browser. The various error messages that users usually encounter include the following messages: file not found or Missing,Corrupt, correct location.
The dll files are safe and run as a BHO, every time you start working on your web browser. This file can be found generally in the following location:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\Acrobat\Active X
This file may get corrupted at any moment of time. The reasons may be user error, registry problems, and any type of spyware or viruses activity.
After researching about the Adobe pdf link helper acroiehelpershim.dll error, the major fact that is coming out of the box is that the presence of damaged or corrupted entries in the Windows registry system is the main cause of the above error.
How to remove this error permanently
Hereby, I am suggesting you the possible steps that you can take to get rid of this frustrating problem. The first option that you should begin with is to check what went wrong with your Windows registry system.
Pinpointing problematic registered dll file paths
Simply download the following repair tool - it is used for optimizing the system file databases. It fixes dll errors such as the error that you’re getting as well accelerating your PC’s startup and shutdown times. I’m aware of the fact that there might be other possible solutions to this error; however, in most cases the solution provided here should fix the problem.
After successfully repairing this error as explained, please post below your system configuration together with a clear and short description of the exact problem that you’ve had. We will use this information to help others with similar errors.
because when I want to open a report in pdf format sends me the following error:
the file does not start '%PDF-.' Local\EWHhzphmgww
GIDEETHOZ Sep 5, 2012
Why my autocad can't be used few days after I’ve installed it?
Yaron Sep 5, 2012
Please explain why you believe it is related to the acroiehelpershim.dll error…?
Jan Aug 20, 2012
I am receiving a continual message screen:
"a website wants to open web content using this program on your computer"
Requesting "allow" and "not allow".
No matter what I do, it stays there. How can I get rid of it?
Whenvever I try to open a pdf document online with Internet Explorer I get a message that says Internet Explorer is unable to download the file. NO reason is given.
Admin Jul 16, 2012
What version of Internet Explorer are you using?
Mark B. Jul 13, 2012
At first, google chrome alerted me that there was an error, I tried to fix the problem myself thru a free program and before I was thru checking out their certificate as instructed, I received another message that said the problem had been fixed without even downloading their free fixit program.
DONALD J EDVALDS Jun 19, 2012
sirs I receive a message about every time I turn my computer on:...we’re sorry but we apologize windows is closing down, this is bad because as it sends in the report it ends
Admin Jun 19, 2012
Try booting up in Safe Mode (Tap the F8 function key until you have the option to select 'Safe Mode') or read the following quick guide how to do that. Then continue the repair as explained above.
houman Apr 9, 2012
help me to easy connect with https
vivek Feb 18, 2012
dennis alcano Feb 17, 2012
this my computer didn't work properly
Admin Feb 17, 2012
Can you please provide more details on what exactly didn't work properly?