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my guess is that even if you clear this up and get the trial installed
again, the trial version will probably 'think' that some attempt was made to
bypass the trial limit.
check the adobe website for info about customer service on trial install
Adobe Community Expert, dreamweaver
Yes, I guess so too. The clock is probably still ticking.
The only solution is to take my own life. Goodbye cruel world (...)
The only solution is to run the CS3 Clean tool first. This tool is recommended for any type of installation. As long as you didn't activate the program before (after you purchased) then you shouldn't have any issues:
Run that and then install again. If you did activate the program though before all this happened you will not be able to activate it until you call Adobe and go through manual activation, but from your description it does not sound like this is an issue.
The CS3 Cleanup didn't work for me, unfortunately.
If only I knew what the installer uses/looks for to check if it's already installed or not.. I can't figure it out, there's absolutely nothing in the register that contains "Dreamweaver" anymore.
I'll contact support soon, if no-one else has any idea's.
Update: I got it fixed. The CS3 Cleanup apparently didn't work correctly the times I used it before just now (I guess, being a Windows-user for years now, I became blind to errors; habituation, you could call it).
I'm installing it now, I'm pre-assuming it works. Thanks for all your thoughts, guys!