Photoshop CS6: Application showing Extended trial

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I accidently participated in Photoshop CS6 Extended trial on CC. Trial has expired, now I am unable to use Photoshop CS6 on my PC. How do I get Photoshop CS6 to work from my PC again?
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A Madsen

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Chris Cox

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Enter your serial number, or sign in with your Adobe ID to use a subscription.
If you have Creative Cloud, then you should be using Photoshop CC 2014.
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Are you on Mac or Windows?

If you updated your CS6 through Creative Cloud, you may need to uninstall and reinstall your CS6 from here: http://www.adobe.com/downloads/other-...
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I have an upgrade CD to CS6. So I need to uninstall CS6 and re-install the upgrade using the CD?
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Yes, if you can't click [License this Software] in the trial screen and simply enter serial # to relicense and you're not going to continue with Creative Cloud after the trial, you should uninstall the version of CS6 from Creative Cloud that is currently installed using the Add/Remove Programs control panel on windows and reinstall from disk and use your serial # to activate.
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I am using windows