It's a more complicated issue. In spite of two Adobe technicians, multiple "cleaning," my CC continues to act as a trial version. I have Win 7, Prof 64 on two computers, and the latest attempt involved installing windows on a new disk, but the same result: sometimes at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end, an "Adobe Premiere Pro trial" with two buttons, "License This Software" and "Continue Trial." Clicking on one of them, (don't recall which) asks for Adobe ID, etc., after which entered, goes back to premiere. The same thing happens with other CC apps. According to what I could find on the net, a similiar issue occurred with a Mac Operating system, resulting in many exchanges involving Adobe employees. I don't know if it was resolved, but the messages stopped.
If anybody can help, I would be eternally grateful.
>>> Manish-Sharma 06/26/12 10:25 PM >>>
Re: uninstall cs6 apps created by Manish-Sharma in Adobe Creative Cloud - View the full discussionNot able to understand your issue , please elaborate and explain in detail.
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Do you have any previous version of the Adobe Software installed like CS5 or CS5.5 ?
We have seen these error before hence check the below given link , one of them may help :-
Since I do have CS5 on both computers, that must be the issue. I have to keep using CS5 until getting better acquainted with CS6.
How will I find out when and if there is a solution to this problem?
Thanks for your help.