Deactivation after upgrading operating system

Hey does anyone know how to deactivate Photoshop CS5, AFTER you've updating you Mac operating system? In hindsight i guess i should have deactivated it before updating my operating system. But it's too late now so how can i deactivate the old one so that i can reinstall it afresh on my new operating system?
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Hey, thanks for your time on this.
Yeah, I wouldn't have expected any problems with activating different versions of CS at once, like you have. That all seems logical. But in my case I'm just looking to activate the same version of CS on two macs simultaneously (far as I know, Adobe allows two simultaneous activations of any given licence).
Like you, I totally imagined the licence was related to the machine, hence me not deactivating it before upgrading my OSX. But it seems Adobe are saying the opposite; they're saying if you haven't deactivated it prior to upgrade your OSX, it still counts as one of your two activations. I don't get it. Anyway, hopefully adobe themselves will reply eventually and solve it.
thanks v much

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