I installed Adobe Premier CS6 into my PC but I"m getting following enclosed error:

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When I googled it I found the following solution that mentioned:

Include the Adobe premier.exe and GPUSniffer file into Switchable Graphic card application and turn it to "High Performance"Run Adobe Premier CS6 in "Administrator mode".

You are watching: Premiere pro could not find any capable video play modules

That doesn"t work for me, therefore I would like to know does any one has different thoughts what should I try?

FYI: MY PC performance is:

HP Pavilion G6AMD Radeaon 1gb4GB RAMWindows 7 64bit Ultimate
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I have the same laptop, but with a 7670M AMD graphic card.

If you haven"t found the solution to this yet, this is what I did(and it worked):

Go to Device Manager from control panel.Disable the AMD graphic card.Run Premiere Pro from that config.Enable AMD card again.

Premiere Pro runs perfectly fine after that.

Hope this helped.

Thanks.


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I found a solution for that. It"s because your firewall is blocking adobe premiere pro.exe file, GPUSniffer.exe, and dynamicklinkmanager.exe. You just have to let those files through your firewall.

That"s all.


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Disable the AMD graphics card.

Go to Device ManagerGo to the display adapter, right-click on the graphics card driver and disable it

Run Premiere Pro from that configuration.

See more: Screen Turns Off When Watching Video Android, Screen Dims Then Shuts Off While Watching Video

Enable the AMD card again (repeating the same process from the first step, but enabling the graphics card)


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install Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013, x86 version, not only x64 version, I install every packages from 2008 to 2015, and at last soluted this problem.安装 Visual C++ Redistributable Packages for Visual Studio 2013 ,注意要 x86 版


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