Serial Number Adobe Photoshop Cs3 Trial Expired
I have Adobe Photoshop CS4 and would like to activate it for testing. I don’t have the original disc and when I called Adobe customer service I was told it expired. I have the serial number which is on the case of the software.
It expired 10 months ago. I still have it and it came with my software. I tried the free trial they gave me when I first bought it. It expired a year ago but I continued to use it. I was told to call Adobe customer service and they would be able to help me but I have not heard back from them.
My serial number from the hardware is expired, but not the software. I am still under the 32-bit trial period and cannot find a solution to get past it. Is there a way I can activate my software without a serial number?
Hello. I am a college student who is taking an online course for a computer science degree. I purchased the full version of the adobe photoshop CS4 software because I would be preparing to use it for an online class. When the class started, however, it was required that we download the software from the website, which I did. Since the starting point was new, I was given a serial number, which I know I am entitled to keep. However, I purchased the software from my school, and they told me that I needed a different serial number. I went online and looked at the website for information about using the full software. Nothing could be found that helped me because my serial number is different from the one I was given. How can I get my serial number changed because I do not want to pay for yet another subscription. I have tried to use the information on the campus computer resources website, but it does not help. I can’t figure out where to go to get my original number changed. Can anyone help?
Cause: This problem may occur if an installer attempts to use files that are missing or corrupt. These files are required for installing the product. The issue also occurs if you have an “Erase This Serial Number” check box checked in the “Deactivate” dialog box (refer to the Help menu and Deactivate dialog box). I had reinstalled my OS many times over the last several years, each time deleting the original Photoshop CS3 and reinstalling from scratch. This year I decided to upgrade from CS3 to CS4, and was surprised to discover that it wasn’t available for my new computer, even though I have a valid serial number for my old one. I called Adobe support to ask about the situation, and was told that the issue was my fault because I didn’t uninstall the previous version (which is right). So when I had installed CS4, the version CS3 was not recognized and I would get a message saying “A valid serial number is required”. That was clear enough, and knowing that I’d never been asked for a serial number before, I thought that I had gone through the installation process correctly. I restarted the computer, and the problem persisted. I am trying to purchase the maximum version (CS5.1) of Photoshop CC, but at the checkout a popup says “Your Adobe CS4 or earlier license is about to expire. If you’re purchasing Creative Cloud for enterprise apps, have your administrator contact Adobe Support to extend your license”. I find this to be confusing for the customer. Could they not simply extend the license when it was installed? 5ec8ef588b