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Licensing For This Product Has Expired Crack Cs5


Licensing for this product has expired cs5 - How to fix it




If you are using Adobe Creative Suite 5 (CS5) or Adobe Creative Suite 4 (CS4) products, you may encounter an error message that says "Licensing for this product has expired" when you try to launch the application. This error can occur even if you have a valid serial number and have activated the product successfully before. In this article, we will explain why this error happens and how to fix it.


Why does this error happen?




There are three possible scenarios that can cause this error:


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  • You participated in a prerelease program, and the prerelease serial number is still stored on your computer. Serial numbers for prerelease programs expire when the prerelease program ends.



  • You installed a trial version of the application on the computer, which has expired.



  • Adobe Customer Service deactivated your serial number. This can happen when you request a new serial number from Adobe Customer Service.




The error "Licensing for this product has expired" is unrelated to the error "Licensing for this product has stopped working."


How to fix it?




Depending on your situation, you can try one of the following solutions:


Solution 1: Enter a new serial number when prompted




If licensing has expired for a CS5 application, the application prompts you to enter a new serial number. When prompted for the serial number, enter the number from your purchased product.


Solution 2: Turn back the system clock, start your application, and erase the stored expiring serial number




This solution works for both CS4 and CS5 applications. Follow these steps:



  • Set the computer clock back to January 1, 2006.



  • Launch the affected application, or any application within the affected Creative Suite package.



  • Choose Help > Deactivate, and select the option Erase This Serial Number (CS4) or Deactivate Permanently (CS5).



  • Quit the application.



  • Set the computer clock back to the current date.



  • Start the application. When prompted for the serial number, enter the number from your purchased product.




Solution 3: Delete the PCD and caps database files, and reinstall




This solution works for both CS4 and CS5 applications. Follow these steps:



  • Uninstall the application or entire Creative Suite package. To uninstall on Windows, use the Add Or Remove Programs feature in Windows. To uninstall on Mac OS, navigate to an application folder (for example, /Application/Adobe Photoshop CS4). Then double-click the Uninstall shortcut (for example Uninstall Adobe Photoshop CS4).



Delete the following folders:


Windows: /Program Files/Common Files/Adobe/Adobe PCD


/Program Files/Common Files/Adobe/caps


/Program Files/Common Files/Adobe/backup


Mac OS: [startup drive]/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Adobe PCD


[startup drive]/Library/Application Support/Adobe/caps


[startup drive]/Library/Application Support/Adobe/backup


  • Note: These folders are located in the Library folder at the root of your startup drive, not in the Library folder in your user home folder!



  • Reinstall your application or Creative Suite package, and enter the serial number from your purchased product.




I hope this article was helpful for you. If you have any questions or feedback, please let me know in the comments section below.


Sources:


: Error: "Licensing for this product has expired" CS5, CS4 - Adobe Inc.


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