I got a new PC and installed Adobe Photoshop Elements 13. When I start the Software, the Message appears: Activation Limit reached described here:
I tried to deactivate the Software on the old PC, but something went wrong. So the old is deactivated now, but I still can't activate the Software on the new PC. Reactivate and deactivate the old PC didn't help either.
Deactivation via 'My Plans' is not possible.
Is there another way to deactivate all PCs?
Thank you for your help
Try contacting Elements support. You can start a chat session by clicking on the blue Contact Us button under the Support menu at Adobe.com.
Thank you for your help, I was able to contact Adobe Support.
We would like to inform you that PSE 13 is too old and no longer available and supported with Windows 10 64 Bit and Secondly PSE 13 servers have been shut down.
Did you actually contact Adobe via the chat icon at the bottom of this page:
The icon looks like this:
Type the word "AGENT" to connect to a person, and ask for "Activation Support".
This process worked for a couple of forum posters a few months ago, so if you did actually do all this before, I would try again.
No, I got a PM with an E-Mail Adress I contacted. (This button doesn't show up on Firefox)
I gave it another try, so I contacted Support with Chrome via this button, but the answer was the same. Just a help to upgrade to PSE21.
I guess PSE13 is too old now, but thanks for your suggestion.
The message you received has one truth and one lie, but it is certainly a scam because Adobe customer service don't send a PM. You must contact Adobe customer service as advised. Please be very careful with messages you get. Tip: ask for an "Activation Count Reset". Repeat this exact phrase when asked what you need. They will need your serial number, give it when they ask for it. Don't give any other info you are not asked for, it just gives them a chance to refuse.