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Lightroom Classic 6.0 (box) how deactivated other computers

Community Beginner ,
Jul 01, 2020

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Someday i have instaling lihtroom 6 (box version) on 2 or 3 computers. Today i'm uninstaling ligtroom from all computers, but no i can't instal him on my one computer.

how can i deactivated another/second computer, and use/instal lightroom 6 again on my home/first computer?

now, when i try to instal LR, i have a information: "serial number "xxxx" is already in use by the maximum allowed computers" - how deactivated other computers?

 

THX A LOT for your help

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Lightroom Classic 6.0 (box) how deactivated other computers

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Jul 01, 2020

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Someday i have instaling lihtroom 6 (box version) on 2 or 3 computers. Today i'm uninstaling ligtroom from all computers, but no i can't instal him on my one computer.

how can i deactivated another/second computer, and use/instal lightroom 6 again on my home/first computer?

now, when i try to instal LR, i have a information: "serial number "xxxx" is already in use by the maximum allowed computers" - how deactivated other computers?

 

THX A LOT for your help

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 01, 2020

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You should have deactivated Lightroom before uninstalling. As far as I remember, the command is in the Help menu. The activation is still on the computers. You could reinstall Lightroom there and then deactivate.

Here are more options: https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/policy-pricing/error-activation-limit-reached-sign.html

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Community Beginner ,
Jul 09, 2020

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Cool

THX a lot 🙂

I try reinstal LR and Deactivated 🙂

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Jul 01, 2020

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You can contact Adobe and tell them you have activation issues. They can de-activate computers for you.

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Jul 09, 2020

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Thank's 🙂

 

I try to contact Adobe 

 

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