I downloaded a trail version of Photoshop CS6 on 22 March 2012 (1.8GB) and installed it for the first time today (29 June 2012), but when I try and run it it tells me the License for this product has expired.
After chatting online to an Adobe agent, I was told that the licence expire 30 days after downloading the "ZIP" file and not 30 days after I have installed it, I then asked her if I download a current ZIP file will I be able to install it and then run it for 30 days, but were told NO.
So what am I to do know, I realy want to evaluate this product but were not aware that if I install an "old" download for the first time on this computer it will NEVER RUN.
Adobe this sucks.....
I do not have Adobe Photoshop installed on my computer, I have the following Adobe products running on this computer:
Lightroom 4.1 (64bit) & 3.6 (64Bit)
Flash Player 11 Active X
Acrobat 8.1.0 Standard
Adobe Reader X (10.1.3)
My computer is brand new and I have never before installed any version of Photoshop (trail or purchased).
Well, if you just want to get acquainted with Photoshop I guess you may also learn a lot from CS5:
1.8Gb sounds like the beta version of CS6, and that expired shortly after the full version was released. You need to remove that version, using these instructions
Or, if that fails, use the clean up tool
Then download the trial again, which will give you the 30 days.
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