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I'm running CS5 on Lion 10.7.2
and I did almost everything to try stopping AAM

I did :
sudo /Applications/TextEdit.app/Contents/MacOS/TextEdit /etc/hosts
and then I did:
sudo nano/private/etc/hosts
and then I did:
defaults write com.adobe.AdobeUpdater.Admin Disable.Update -bool yes


everything to stop but somehow Adobe is keep popping and asking me to put
serial number even I had put them a million times
Anyone knows how to make AAM stop?
Thanks
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IF you are trying to run an unlicensed copy of CS5 on your machine then the topic cannot be discussed on the forum

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Updating usually stops it. Of course, if you cant because you stole the software in the first place, I'd like to say "thank" you for raising my costs.

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