Re: Are you having issues with viewing PDFs in Google Chrome?
Jul 31, 2010 1:12 PM
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Tried disabling "Fast Web View" but had no effect and I still get the "Insufficient data for an image." message.
1. What happens instead when you try to view the PDF? Is there a blank page or an error? Error message and partial display of pdf.
2. Do you have an example URL where you’re consistently having trouble loading a PDF? All pdfs.
3. Does updating to the latest version of Google Chrome help? Already using the latest version 5.0.375.125
4. What Adobe PDF software do you have installed on your computer ? Adobe Reader 9.3.3
5. Do you have the latest versions of Adobe Reader and Acrobat software installed? Yes
6. Have you tried removing all previous versions of Adobe Reader and Acrobat and then reinstalling? After removal, restart computer, and reinstall Adobe Reader or Acrobat. Not yet.
7. Follow the instructions below to ensure that Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat is configured to display PDFs in the browser properly. ........
8. If you have both Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat installed, try uninstalling one of them to avoid a possible conflict. Be sure to restart your computer after removal before testing if it works. N/A
9. Repair the Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Reader installation by doing one of the following:
- Go to Help > Repair Acrobat Installation or Help > Repair Adobe Reader Installation.
- Go to the Windows Add/Remove Control Panel, choose Adobe Acrobat or Reader and select Change.
Not yet tried this.
10. What operating system are you using (e.g. Win XP, Win Vista, etc)? Windows XP SP3