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How to activate an old Photoshop Element 6 version in MAC OS 10.14

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I have purchased Photoshop Element 6 in 2009. (file name : PSE_6.0_MAC_TB_WWEFGJ.dmg)

Now, I have a new Mac and this version of photoshop works perfectly during the 15 days trials mode, and now it's impossible to activate it again. I've called the Adobe service and they told me that this version doesn't work with my OS, but why it works perfectly during the trial mode ???

Any solution except to buy a new version ?

Thanks.

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Hi

I have purchased Photoshop Element 6 in 2009. (file name : PSE_6.0_MAC_TB_WWEFGJ.dmg)

Now, I have a new Mac and this version of photoshop works perfectly during the 15 days trials mode,

The original 2009 trial expired long ago. I have to assume that you installed the software in 2009.

Safranc  wrote

I've called the Adobe service and they told me that this version doesn't work with my OS,

The bottom line is that PSEv.2009 does not function with the modern operating system.

Safranc  wrote

Any solution except to buy a new version ?

This would be the adaptive response to reality.

Suggest that you avail yourself of the free 30-day trial of PSE to make sure that it works on your new machine.

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How to activate an old Photoshop Element 6 version in MAC OS 10.14

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Hi

I have purchased Photoshop Element 6 in 2009. (file name : PSE_6.0_MAC_TB_WWEFGJ.dmg)

Now, I have a new Mac and this version of photoshop works perfectly during the 15 days trials mode, and now it's impossible to activate it again. I've called the Adobe service and they told me that this version doesn't work with my OS, but why it works perfectly during the trial mode ???

Any solution except to buy a new version ?

Thanks.

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Correct answer by hatstead | Adobe Community Professional

Safranc  wrote

Hi

I have purchased Photoshop Element 6 in 2009. (file name : PSE_6.0_MAC_TB_WWEFGJ.dmg)

Now, I have a new Mac and this version of photoshop works perfectly during the 15 days trials mode,

The original 2009 trial expired long ago. I have to assume that you installed the software in 2009.

Safranc  wrote

I've called the Adobe service and they told me that this version doesn't work with my OS,

The bottom line is that PSEv.2009 does not function with the modern operating system.

Safranc  wrote

Any solution except to buy a new version ?

This would be the adaptive response to reality.

Suggest that you avail yourself of the free 30-day trial of PSE to make sure that it works on your new machine.

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Safranc  wrote

Hi

I have purchased Photoshop Element 6 in 2009. (file name : PSE_6.0_MAC_TB_WWEFGJ.dmg)

Now, I have a new Mac and this version of photoshop works perfectly during the 15 days trials mode,

The original 2009 trial expired long ago. I have to assume that you installed the software in 2009.

Safranc  wrote

I've called the Adobe service and they told me that this version doesn't work with my OS,

The bottom line is that PSEv.2009 does not function with the modern operating system.

Safranc  wrote

Any solution except to buy a new version ?

This would be the adaptive response to reality.

Suggest that you avail yourself of the free 30-day trial of PSE to make sure that it works on your new machine.

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"The original 2009 trial expired long ago. I have to assume that you installed the software in 2009."

Yes, and I have installed this software on my new mac, the software works perfectly during 5 days (not 15), it's the trial mode, during this period, I have to activate this software with my valid SN, but I can't, and now I can't run this software because the trial period have expired.

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"The bottom line is that PSEv.2009 does not function with the modern operating system."

I said that the 2009 PSE run perfectly during the trial mode. I used it many time... this software just need activation...

"This would be the adaptive response to reality.

Suggest that you avail yourself of the free 30-day trial of PSE to make sure that it works on your new machine."

The 2019 PSE also works perfectly, during the trial mode, but I don't purchased it.

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Thank you, it doesn't work, but I saw that 2009 PSE is a 32-bit app, even if I manage to activate it, it won't run on the next MacOS update. Need to purchase another license...

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