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Registration Unsuccessful window pops up - how can I register my product?

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Jul 04, 2014

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Product:  Adobe CS3 Web Premium

Downloaded to second computer:  Windows 8.1 Operating System

Cannot register on line - How is product registered?

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Registration Unsuccessful window pops up - how can I register my product?

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Jul 07, 2014

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Hi Angels 3 Bible.com,

First of all i would not recommend to use Cs3 Web Premium on windows 8.

Adobe haven't tested this version on windows 8.

Still you may try this link: Offline Activation

Regards,

Ajlan Huda.

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Jul 07, 2014

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Thank you Mr. Ajlan Huda,

This might not be recommended, and it does not work as well on Window 8.1

as it performed on the Vista operating system it was designed for; nor does

it work well in the new Microsoft Office 2013 application as it did in the

previous Microsoft Office 2007. But praise God, it is working and usable.

My legacy software did get registered and activated.

I suppose there will be a new learning curve. The prices of new software

are astronomical - I only use this stuff occasionally. I cannot easily

afford, nor justify a subscription service.

It seems to me that Adobe would be more interested in assisting its

customers with legacy software than they are. It would be a great selling

opportunity that they are passing on. But, as we all know, the need to

generate income is of greater corporate import than customer support.

Thank you once more.

Thomas Forney

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