How to Stop the Registration From Showing on Startup in Photoshop CS2


The Adobe Photoshop CS2 graphics application requires registration. If you don't register the software, a pop-up will continue to show, asking you to register the copy installed on your computer. Sometimes, an issue with the software exists where the pop-up continues to show even after you have registered your copy. You can fix this by opening the software using the administrator account. This should stop the pop-up from reoccurring.

  • Click the Windows "Start" button in the task bar. Click "All Programs" then click "Adobe." This program group lists all the Adobe software applications installed on your computer.

  • Right-click the "Adobe Photoshop CS2" shortcut. From the pop-up menu list of options, select "Run as administrator." In the opened pop-up window, enter the administrator password. This starts the Adobe program using the administrator account.

  • Type your registration number into the first registration window, if you have not registered the software yet. If you have already registered, click "Do Not Register" and quit the program.

  • Click the Windows "Start" button again and select "All Programs." Click "Adobe" and this time click the "Adobe Photoshop CS2" shortcut normally. This opens the software and the registration pop-up should no longer display.

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