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Lightroom 6.0 Installation

Community Beginner ,
Jul 04, 2024 Jul 04, 2024

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Ich möchte Lightroom 6.0 auf meinem Windows 10 PC nach erneut installieren. Die Installationsdatei sowie den Registierungscode habe ich noch, bzw. Lightroom 6 in meinem Adobe-Konto ist das auch registriert. Auf dem selben System war es bereits installiert.

 

Bei der Installation erscheint nun jedoch die folgende Meldung:

"Browser aktualisieren Um Adobe-Dienste nutzen zu können, aktualisieren Sie bitte Ihre Adobe-Anwendungen, Ihr Betriebssystem und Ihren Browser auf die jeweils neuesten Versionen"

 

Es ist jedoch alles aktuell. Von Adobe gibt es auch eine Seite zu dieser Fehlermeldung; die Ratschläge dort habe ich ohne Erfolg umgesetzt. Ich habe es dann Testweise auch meinem Windows 11-PC probiert, bei dem ein ganz aktuelles System aufgesetzt ist. Auch dort erhalt ich die Fehlermeldung.

 

Woran kann das liegen bzw. wie kann ich den Fehler beheben?

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Community Expert , Jul 05, 2024 Jul 05, 2024
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I want to reinstall Lightroom 6.0 on my Windows 10 PC after. I still have the installation file and the registration code, or Lightroom 6 is also registered in my Adobe account. It was already installed on the same system.

 

However, the following message now appears during installation:

"Update your browser To use Adobe services, please update your Adobe applications, operating system, and browser to the latest versions"

 

However, everything is up to date. Adobe also has a page for this erro

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Community Beginner , Jul 05, 2024 Jul 05, 2024

Thank you very much for your help. The linked thread was very helpful and that is how I reinstalled LR 6.14:

 

1. Updated/install Adobe Creative Cloud (Without this it is not possible!) activated the account and reboot the computer.

2. I dowload the LR-installation file 6.14 via Web-Archive (It is no longer available via the actual Adobe site):

https://web.archive.org/web/20220902084544/https://prdl-download.adobe.com/Lightroom/60BA1251F1BC48B8B82B1B63AE8E620E/1552643270580/Lightroom_6_LS11.exe

3. In

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I want to reinstall Lightroom 6.0 on my Windows 10 PC after. I still have the installation file and the registration code, or Lightroom 6 is also registered in my Adobe account. It was already installed on the same system.

 

However, the following message now appears during installation:

"Update your browser To use Adobe services, please update your Adobe applications, operating system, and browser to the latest versions"

 

However, everything is up to date. Adobe also has a page for this error message; I have implemented the advice there without success. I then tried it on my Windows 11 PC as a test, which has a very up-to-date system set up. There, too, I get the error message.

 

What can be the reason for this or how can I fix the error?

By @24kw

 

 

Try the procedure outlined in this thread, it might work for Lightroom as well.

https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop-ecosystem-discussions/unable-to-startup-photoshop-cs6-due-t...

 

Why exactly do you want to reinstall? It rarely fixes anything.

Most Lightroom issues are related to the GPU or a corrupt preferences file.

 

This is not a bug (LR 6 is totally unsupported), so a moderator will move this thread to Discussions.

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Thank you very much for your help. The linked thread was very helpful and that is how I reinstalled LR 6.14:

 

1. Updated/install Adobe Creative Cloud (Without this it is not possible!) activated the account and reboot the computer.

2. I dowload the LR-installation file 6.14 via Web-Archive (It is no longer available via the actual Adobe site):

https://web.archive.org/web/20220902084544/https://prdl-download.adobe.com/Lightroom/60BA1251F1BC48B...

3. Install LR 6.14 via the downloaded installation file (registration key is already filled in due to you Creative Cloud data.

 

You can also use your LR 6 original installation package but you will not be able to update to v6.14 so downloading a installation package for 6.14 via the old Adobe site (via Web Archive) is recommended.

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Sorry. It has to be

 

1. Updated/install Adobe Application Manager (Without this it is not possible!) activated the account and reboot the computer.

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There are several threads on this issue. After you have installed Lightroom 6, it needs to activate. The activation servers are offline however. That is why you get this error and as far as I know there is nothing you can do about it.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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It seems there is no special activation server. The installation package seems to get your registration data via Adobe Creative Cloud.

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It seems there is no special activation server. The installation package seems to get your registration data via Adobe Creative Cloud.


By @24kw


There is (or was), but I think you were lucky that you wanted to reinstall Lightroom, not install it on a new computer. Because you reinstalled it, you did not have to activate again.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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Is there a difference between activating it on a new computer or not? Even in my case the system has asked for the registration key (and therefore seemed to use my data from Adobe Cloud).

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Activation is not the same as a registration key. Before Lightroom 6, you only needed a key. Lightroom 6 introduced activation on top of that key.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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