Photoshop Elements: Invalid serial number with Wacom Bamboo tablet

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Okay. So Adobe Photoshop Elements 8 can with my 'wacom Bamboo pen in touch tablet.'

Once ive installed it into my Window's Vista Computer. It was working fine. Ive entered my Serial number once and it says it was valid. After i quit out of the Application it asks me enter my serial number again or use the 30 day trial period.

So i got out my Photoshop Disk and entered it and now it says Invalid.

So what's going on? I'm pretty sure ive entered my serial number correctly. and i love to use this program to draw stuff. . .

Note: I tried to use the Licensing Repair Tool, but i still get this same screen.
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Chris Cox

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You'll need to contact Adobe Customer Support - for some reason the licensing code thinks your serial number isn't valid, and they are the only ones that can validate it and get you running again.
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mhm Thank you. I'll try to do that. :)
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ashraf thirayan kottil

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You'll need to contact Adobe Customer Support -i have your serial number Adobe Photoshop Elements 14