Software in trial after restoring backup mode

A few weeks ago I had to restore my Mac from a backup.  Since then, Adobe CS 6 is running in trial mode.  The problem is, I don't have the registration information.  My company what guy initially installed the software no longer works for the company and is not left behind any purchase information or installation discs etc..  Is it possible to get out of without test mode?  Perhaps with the serial number of the computer?  Thanks for any help.

You must purchase the serial number of the software.  You will probably need to work with whoever the new computer is to get this resolved. It seems that the company has the software, then it will be for them to solve this problem if so.

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