I install adobe acrobat 7.0 in windows 8.1 and when I try to open it I get "application was unable to start correctly (0xc00000fd) click OK to close application".  This is a new computer and all other software works fine.

Any one run across this?

Hi econj,
As Acrobat 7 is not supported by Windows 8, you might need to update the supported Adobe Acrobat version.
Please navigate to the KB doc link given below to understand the system requirements for Acrobat 7.0:
System requirements for Acrobat Professional 7.0, Standard 7.0, 3D and Elements 7.0 (Mac, Windows and Unix for 3D only)
Regards,
Anubha

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