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Hi can anyone help me!
I have an imac and recently bought a mac book pro.
When I used the migration assistant to copy everything across it worked fine except it asks for all cs4 serial number which I dont have. Can this be fixed... thanks
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Hey, I looked through my copy of CS4 and couldn't find my serial number on there.

If you purchased it through Adobe, call them up and explain your situation maybe they will show some mercy.
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This is a little in the gray area.... but you can try googling for a key extractor app.

Basically the Serial number of your CS4 is embedded somewhere on your computer. The key extractor app will hunt down the s/n and display it for you...

BIG WARNING: not all the apps that you find are going to be legit. You may come across a legit one, but this kind of program can be really shady.

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To vbrendan:

If you don't have a SN for CS4 you'll need to call Adobe customer service and ask them for assistance. That is if you legally purchased the copy and registered it with Adobe. Of course if you purchased CS4 you should still have your original disks and SN.

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