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how to fix certificate authentication failed message on installation of adobe reader

We have adobe reader 6.0 on our windows xp pc. When we try to load a newer version we get CERITIFICATE AUTHENTICATION FAILED. How do we fix this and get Adobe 8, 9 or even 10 installed.

Duane Pike 1124 days ago

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You would have to go and remove the digital certificate within the browser you are using and then try download it that way. The reason is that usually something goes wrong with the Certificate and it is either revoke or damage in some way.

you can also use the offline installer by going here.

Michael Anderson answered 893 days ago  |   Comments (0)  |  New Comment


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