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Adobe Premiere 6

When I open Premiere a message pops up saying Sorry, this copy has expired. Please contact Adobe Systems to obtain a more current cop. Is there anything I can do, without buying a new version.

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    I have the same problem with Adobe Premiere 5. Can anyone help?

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