I just got my computer back from repair (iMac, late 2015) and I have to reinstall all my programs. I am running Mojave since my programs are 32-bit. I am still using LR4 and don't want to upgrade. When I try to run the CD to reinstall the program, I get this message:
The package was signed with a certificate that was revoked. This package might not install
what you expect. Obtain a new copy of the package and try again.
I've tried searching online and can't find a way to fix/get around/download this (there were no problems when I needed to reinstall last year or the year before). Can anyone help, please? I wasn't expecting reinstall to be a problem.
I have never encountered that problem, but that doesn't really mean anything. I haven't used Lightroom 4 in years. Of course, Adobe doesn't support it anymore so it won't do much good to ask them. Here is a link where you can download the installer for the final updates. You don't need to install anything prior to these as they are the full program. Hope this helps.
Thank you! It looks like the download and install worked. A FYI for others that come across this thread and need to use the link... I clicked on the link. It didn't look like the page was working. Nothing shows up except for a banner. I did eventually get a window to download, which I did click to do. The file eventually downloaded even though the status bar didn't look like it was moving.