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Trying to burn photoshop software


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sharmaj12

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Hi guys
How would I burn a software (photoshop CS2) on to a CD-R?
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Download and save it from adobe, then burn it as a data file
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Keith,

How would I save it from Adobe.
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If you own the cd and want to make an extra copy in case it becomes lost or damaged, copy the entire cd to a folder on your hard drive, then burn that folder. If you do not own the cd, you cannot use someone else's, or you will be pirating software. If the Adobe program came pre installed on your computer, there is no way that I know of to burn a cd of the program, in case you have to do a reinstall. You could ask the manufacturer for "restore cds", possibly.
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You can download the trial version from Adobe's site as a .exe file (the trial version expires after 30 days i think). If you have purchased it previously, I'm pretty sure you can e-mail Adobe about reactivating the product with your old key or e-mail them about losing your key if necessary and then activate it later when you install it. You can just burn this data file you've now downloaded onto CD and activate it during installation later. If you didn't purchase it, it would be (as said above) piracy, which we don't cover here :whistling:

Note: I checked the site, there is actually a section handeling replacement serial numbers and activation keys, so just contact them once you've downloaded the trial version and they'll sort you out.

Edited by BlackHalo, 21 February 2007 - 04:54 AM.

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