I am stumped! I am using Win XP Prof, IE 8, and Adobe Reader 9.3.2. When I attempt to 'open' a PDF file, a new window opens but the window crashes. Fortunately, I can press Ctrl-Alt-Del and close the 'crashed' window without having to reboot or close other programs that are open. If I go into Adobe's 'Edit, Preferences, Internet' settings and uncheck 'Display PDF in browser,' the PDF window opens fine without any issues. Why am I having this issue in the first place, why does unchecking the box open 'several' new windows instead of 'pasting' over the existing window, are these files being 'saved' somewhere because it says that it is downloading to the 'Temp' folder, and why are the files named 'fileoutput(1).pdf,' 'fileoutput(2).pdf, and so on?