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Relicense file - Adobe Photoshop Elements

I'm being forced to use a loaner computer while mine is being fixed, and I can't use my Adobe Elements because it requires a relisence file. I have my serial and everything, but can't find out how to get a relicense file so I can use the program! I can't even just reinstall it because to fix my computer they took my program disks (including my Adobe stuff.) I can't reinstall it from a free download because the copy that was already on this loaner is expired. What can I do short of formatting the computer to do a fresh ...

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    I'm being forced to use a loaner computer while mine is being fixed, and I can't use my Adobe Elements because it requires a relisence file. I have my serial and everything, but can't find out how to get a relicense file so I can use the program! I can't even just reinstall it because to fix my computer they took my program disks (including my Adobe stuff.) I can't reinstall it from a free download because the copy that was already on this loaner is expired. What can I do short of formatting the computer to do a fresh install, and then entering the serial?
    Janna Ellis Guest

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    Janna,

    Download the tryout version for Photoshop 7.0. It's a bit different, but if you know your way around in Elements, you won't be too disoriented.

    Ray
    Raymond Robillard Guest

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    A. I can't download and use the trial version for 30 days, because Elements (being already on this loaned computer once) has already by run the 30 days. Reinstalling does no good when somewhere in the registry the computer knows that it has been run out.

    2. I don't want the tryout version for 7.0 for 30 days, when I have a PAID FOR version of my OWN software right here and want to use it.

    3. Thank you both for your suggestions though.

    4. Does anyone know how I can get ahold of an admin or someone who knows what I'm talking about? I need to know how I can get a relicense file (since I have a registered serial.)
    Janna Ellis Guest

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    The license is a file that is downloaded when you do the online purchase of Elements. It should be on the original computer. If that is not available, I think a call to customer service is the way to go.
    Richard Coencas Guest

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