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    Ashraf
    Keymaster

    Have something to say about GeekerPDF? Say it here!

    Have suggestions, comments, or need help? Post it here! If you know of better software than GeekerPDF, post it here! If you know of issues with GeekerPDF, post it here! Share your knowledge with all of us. :-)

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    Sean
    Guest

    What’s so great about this app? PDF24 does all of this & it’s totally free.

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    Sean
    Guest

    What’s so great about this app? PDF24 does all of this & it’s totally free.

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    Frank Scott
    Guest

    I tried to convert a document to Word, but this version needs a paid upgrade to do so. It is NOT a full version – so uninstalling.

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    Belga
    Guest

    [@Frank Scott]
    For my part, I receive an error 1010 each time I convert.Uninstalled too.

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    Alfredo
    Guest

    There are free options like the one mentioned before me, that can make LOTS of things on PDFs and are free.
    Also, if this giveaway is not the full version, then it’s worthless…

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    Bigio
    Guest

    I downloaded and installed Geekersoft, but it is impossible to open it, when I click on the Geekersoft icon I can see a round icon that seems to start opening, but it never opens it, can you help me?

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    Geekersoft
    Guest

    [@Frank Scott]

    There are restrictions because you did not enter the activation code obtained from the activity to activate it. Once activated, there are no more restrictions

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    Geekersoft
    Guest

    [@Sean]
    This is a more powerful PDF processing tool, much more powerful than PDF24’s limited features.

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    Geekersoft
    Guest

    [@Frank Scott]

    There are restrictions because you did not enter the activation code obtained from the activity to activate it. Once activated, there are no more restrictions

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    Geekersoft
    Guest

    [@Belga]

    Hello, if you encounter any problems during use, you can send an email to [email protected] Contact technical personnel for assistance in resolving the issue.

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    Geekersoft
    Guest

    [@Bigio]
    GeekerPDF Editing Software Cannot Start or Activate Operation Guide
    There are two situations in which Geek PDF Editing Software cannot be started or activated:

    1. An exception occurs during the installation process; 2. The installed version is too old.

    Based on the above two situations, you can solve them by the following operations:

    1) Delete this information in the registry (see the operation location in the figure below) and then double-click the Geek PDF Editing Software.

    Registry information deletion operation:

    “Windows” + “R” to call this view

    Then find this “HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\AmindPDF” file and delete it.

    2) If the installed version is too old and the program still cannot be started or activated after double-clicking it, please uninstall the original installation version and reinstall the latest version.

    If the above methods do not solve the problem of not being able to start, please email us ([email protected]) to let us know the problem.

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    Gary
    Guest

    >”(see the operation location in the figure below”

    Are you referring to an image? The information looks like it comes from an image, which of course does not show up in these comments. I cannot locate a similar solution on your website. If it exists, please provide us with a link.

    It looks like you are suggesting the user run regedit.exe, but regedit.exe is not in the text you provided. Regardless, many Windows users will find that trying to execute regedit.exe is blocked by their system. So, what then?

    It looks you have your software in a condition that it cannot easily get out of. You can’t expect all interested/potential users of your software to be computer experts at the hacker level.

    Why not create a small “fixer” program that will prompt the user to allow editing the registry to remove the registry key you are suggesting will likely solve the problem?

    For me, this is the second or third attempt to install GeekerPDF, but it never gets to the point of allowing the user to enter a license key. Instead, Windows reports that GeekerPDF has stopped working. Windows can try to recover your information, Close the program. The next display states, “GeekerPDF is trying to recover your information. This might take several minutes, followed by a progress bar, then at the bottom, a Cancel button.

    Users will have no clue “what information” is being referred to that Windows will try to recover. That in itself sounds very suspicious. It sounds like GeekerPDF was removing information that belongs to the user. No request for permission to so this has been asked, and therefore, no permission has been given.

    Can you please explain why Windows is reporting these things, what data exactly is being referenced, and why this situation even exists in the first place?

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