I finally got around to doing it; sorry for the wait.
First things first, I don’t have a mac. There will be problems and I’ll try my best to fix them.
- Download the Files:
This is going to give you five files, Photoshop_12_LS1.part1/2/3/4/5
- The next step is to extract them, and since they are .RAR files, you’re either going to need WinRAR or another RAR Extractor (http://www.unrarx.com/)
Select the files you have downloaded and extract them, this should give you a SINGLE file called ‘Photoshop_12_LS1.dmg’.
- You’re now going to have to ‘Mount’ the image. To do this, you need to double-click the extracted file, this should make the disk show up under your Mac’s device list. If this does not work, you’re going to have to drag the .dmg file onto the ‘Disk Utility’ icon (It should be under Applications > Utilities)
- Once the DMG is mounted on your Mac, you are going to want to run the Setup that is in it (Should be called ‘Install’).
- Select “Install this product as a trial” and click on next.
- Now click on “Install” and wait for it to finish.
- Quit Photoshop CS5 if it opens after launch
- You’re going to now open up the ‘Terminal’ Application (Again under, Applications > Utilities)
- Now in Terminal, paste this code:
sudo /Applications/TextEdit.app/Contents/MacOS/TextEdit /etc/hostsThis should open the host file in TextEdit, it should look something like this:
- In the host file, paste the following chunk DIRECTLY UNDER 127.0.0.1 localhost
- Save and Close the Host file in TextEdit.
- Exit Terminal, and then open it back up.
Paste the following code in terminal:
sudo dscacheutil -flushcache
- Open Photoshop, and when it now asks you for a Serial Code, enter any one of these codes:
HOST FILE VIDEO HELP:
he has a beautiful voice as a bonus,
Edit: it does work, if you can’t get it to work, you suck.