01-21-2013 05:12 PM - edited 01-21-2013 05:14 PM
I have purchased a BB Bold 9900 recently but unfortunately, I don't have desktop software for it.
I tried to download the same from BB website but no sooner does the down load start, I recieve error message that : The publisher of 710_b039_multilanguage.exe could not be verified. & download stops.
I have tried several times even after disabling windows firewall, smartscreen filter etc but in vein.
I am using Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
Version 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601.
01-21-2013 05:52 PM
Hi and Welcome to the Community!
1) You should be downloading to your PC from this portal:
2) Is it truly the download that fails this way? Or do you complete the download, and then try to run it, and then this error presents? It would be quite odd for this to fail on the true download step...
Thanks and let us know!
01-27-2013 08:42 AM
Thanks for your reply but I'm doing exactly like what you are suggesting. I always try to download from the authentic webpage of Blackberry.
when I click download button,as soon as download box appears, apart from usual message "Do you want run or save....", dialogue box also says that "This type of file could harm your computer". Even after this, if I try to run or save the exe file, it downloads for a few percent, stops abruptly & shows error that publisher could not be verified. This happens in IE, Chrome and other browsers. I have even tried to downlad this file after disabling my antivirus, windows defender and windows firewall, but I got the same result.
Now, I fail to understand how & why should windows 7 not verify a software from authentic Blackberry site?
Please check & suggest other means to get past this situation.
01-27-2013 09:28 AM
Very strange...very strange indeed. I don't think that there is anything wrong with the download file (on the site), the RIM site, nor anything else on that end. Indeed, I am downloading it as I type this reply, and it has completely successfully. So all I can deduce is that your computer, your internet connection firewall, some other firewall, or even perhaps your ISP is doing something to block this download shortly after it begins, which is resulting in the error you are seeing.
I did a quick "Google" of the message "The Publisher could not be verified" and all the results seem to indicate that this is from Windows at the point when it attempts to actually RUN the file...not while it is downloading. Which further boosts my theory above that the download itself is getting interrupted by something, and therefore the downloaded file is incomplete, and when it is then RUN, it being incomplete is resulting in this message. But, if that theory is indeed correct, then the remedies I found would be useless since you actually don't have a complete download file anyway.
I'm going to provide you with two links to alternate download sources that I've used in the past. Maybe you can get a successful download from one of them:
Otherwise, you must dig deeper into your computer, your firewall(s), your internet connection devices, and perhaps even your ISP.