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How can I re-install Premier Elements 7 when page for MPEG2 No is no longer available?

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Jun 20, 2017

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Hi there, I have re-installed Premier Elements 7 onto a new computer and every time I get to the 'Get Media' stage, a box comes up saying I need to copy a given MPEG2 component serial number and paste into a given web page to get an activation code. The problem is that when I press the web page link, I just get a page saying 'this page is no longer available'.

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How can I re-install Premier Elements 7 when page for MPEG2 No is no longer available?

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Hi there, I have re-installed Premier Elements 7 onto a new computer and every time I get to the 'Get Media' stage, a box comes up saying I need to copy a given MPEG2 component serial number and paste into a given web page to get an activation code. The problem is that when I press the web page link, I just get a page saying 'this page is no longer available'.

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Hi John,

This should come as no surprise, since the software is nearly 10 years old. In software years, that's an eternity.

If you have a new computer, you'd be much better off paying a few extra $ and getting a newer version of Premiere Elements. It's frequently on sale at Amazon and big box retailers.

MIke

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Try installing the trial of Premiere Elements 15.  It may install the license and if it does, it will stay installed after the trial runs out.

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