Question about Macromedia RoboHelp Office X5
I am trying to reinstall Robohelp 5, and like others can't activate it despite calling Adobe a dozen times and being put on hold.
I tried the "download X5.0.1 and x5.0.2 and then replace the robohelp.exe" solution, but can't find X.5.0.1 patch on the adobe site.
The above is the link with instructions on the patch files needed to run x5 without activation. This is an Adobe link. This is the lowest version supported and the only way Adobe will support x5. For your information, there is no problem running x5 under Vista, although again, Adobe will not support this. Other than installing the various patches, the main procedure needed is to disable Vista's UAC (User Access Control). Otherwise, the WYISWYG editor will not open properly and you'll get a Component 4 Load error. The only issue besides this under Vista is that x5 doesn't support Office 2007. However there is no problem with creating Windows and Windows HTML help files.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
First of all your not going to get the patch on Adobe's website as the patch is a crack and can only be found on torrent sites.
If you have payed good money for this software then i recommend that you play the waiting game while you are on hold or try different customer service numbers until you get them to reactivate it.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
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