3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 28, 2013 12:24 AM by ssprengel

    I have older versions of lightroom and photoshop, how do i reinstall them

    ktkgal

      I have older versions of lightroom and photoshop....how do i re install them?

        • 1. Re: I have older versions of lightroom and photoshop, how do i reinstall them
          ssprengel Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          Do you at least have the serial-numbers for them?  Did you buy discs or download them?  What versions, specifically?

           

          If you purchased them as downloads from Adobe, they may be available under My Purchases (or whatever it is called, exactly) if you log into www.adobe.com and check the My Account area, then look at the products you’ve purchased.

          • 2. Re: I have older versions of lightroom and photoshop, how do i reinstall them
            ktkgal Level 1

            I purchased online and have all serial numbers.  when I go under my account I see all items I purchased but theres no way to click on them to redownload.......

            Whats next step????

             

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            Do you at least have the serial-numbers for them?  Did you buy discs or download them?  What versions, specifically?

            If you purchased them as downloads from Adobe, they may be available under My Purchases (or whatever it is called, exactly) if you log into www.adobe.com and check the My Account area, then look at the products you’ve purchased.

             

             

             

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            • 3. Re: I have older versions of lightroom and photoshop, how do i reinstall them
              ssprengel Adobe Community Professional & MVP

              For Lightroom you can just download the latest update for whatever LR version you have.  Updates are available from http://www.adobe.com/downloads/updates

               

              I’ve never downloaded a version of Photoshop, but I think some people have download links in their purchase orders available online.

               

              If you can’t find a download link in you’re My Accounts area, then ProDesignTools has ways to download older PS trials, which can then be activated with your serial number:

               

              http://prodesigntools.com/tag/ddl

               

              You will need to search for the specific version of PS, and then follow a small procedure to set the Adobe cookie before you can download using the direct links.