adobe premiere elements 2.0 windows 7

February 6, 2011 at 06:38:18
Specs: Windows 64, Core Cuad9450 at 2.66/4Gig
As soon as I open Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 my computer locks up totally. I have to power down to get out. I have a 2 Core Quad 2.66 running Windows 7 64bit.
Any advice, suggestions?

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February 6, 2011 at 07:38:03
it an adobe issue, and i believe its already covered on the adobe elements updates..check the adobe site.

i hate computers!
but cant help myself....

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February 6, 2011 at 08:34:47
I presume you are running Adobe in Administrator mode as well as compatibility mode.

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March 7, 2011 at 04:45:25
I have the same problem. Did you sort it out?

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August 1, 2011 at 07:00:43
Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 is a 32-bit software program. Your operating system, Windows 7, is 64-bit. Does your operating system recognize and run other, older, 32-bit programs?

Does Windows 7 documentation/forums online discuss 32-bit program running in a 64-bit environment?

Does Adobe Premiere Elements 2.0 have any updates/upgrades to make it work on in a Windows 7 environment.

I have Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0 (with 3.0.2 update) and CANNOT use it on another computer running Windows VISTA 64-bit version.

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August 1, 2011 at 07:21:27
Found elsewhere:

"Most 32 bit applications will run quite happily under Windows 7 / Vista 64. The main exceptions are: 32 bit device drivers..."

There's is a work around, something referred to as "WOW" under Windows 7, but video editing software relies heavily on device drivers that govern your display, audio and processing components. It's not a matter of "updating" drivers. It's a matter of "downgrading" drivers files - back to ones that handle 32-bit operation. Most newer computer hardware does not let you function in 32-bit and 64-bit simultaneously on the same computer, or with a software program that needs 32 bit one moment on a display card, but 64 bit the next moment.

? Look into getting a newer version of Adobe Premiere Elements. (Good luck with that. Each version past 3.0 has its own unique set of problems related to video, files, capture, export).

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