In November 2018 I subscribed to the Creative Cloud Photography Plan. I discontinued this in November 2021 because I did not use Photoshop. My intention was to revert to my original purchase of Lighroom 6.
However, after my Plan was withdrawn, I found that my Lightroom 6 had at some time been removed from my computer.
I therefore re-loaded the program which took me to Lightroom 6.0. Since then, I have been trying, without success, to update to LR Version 6.14 (which I believe is the last of the updates in Version 6). I need this in order to access RAW files from my Nikon camera.
Does anyone know how I can achieve this update. Thank you for your time.
Adobe Community Professional, Feb 18, 2022Feb 18, 2022
Rob_Cullen • Adobe Community Professional, Feb 18, 2022Feb 18, 2022
You will only find one source for v6.14- IF it still works- 6.14 download VERY IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS Note: If you have not deleted the CC Desktop App from your system then this download will install as the subscription version CC2015. (Using the Adobe CC Cleaner is recommended before installing 6.14 with a Serial Number) Cleaner Tool Creative Cloud
Thank you so much for the information - it worked! However, it is such a pity it took so long to recover my Lightroom version, after having downloaded and run the Log Collector Tool, deleted all sorts of files, and then run the Cleaning Tool. It would have been so much easier to delete Lightroom files in Windows 10, to then download the Lightroom installation file and install it.