I've installed the software Adobe Premiere Elements 10 and Photoshop Elements 10 an WIN7 (x64) GERMAN
The content CD is installed, too.
After some correct software initializations (start ups), let's say I used it 5 times successfully, the next start of Premiere Elements 10 brings up
a popup windows complaining:
"An incomplete set of contents (InstantMovie, title- and menutemplates eg.) has been installed.To install the complete contents set, insert
your content-DVD or download the contents from the internet.
Would you like to install the contents now?"
My only solution is to deinstall the content-DVD completely and reinstall it!
This is nasty! It take 15 minutes to do so and surely is not a correct behaviour!
I have checked for updates and am running the latest version!
If anybody could help me to correct this misbehaviour, I would really be thankfull ...
I can go on and am offered the choice to download content fron the adobe site ...
I didn't do that up to now. I tried to reinstall from the content-DVD which doesn't work
until you uninstall the (already installed) content and reinstall it later on.
In fact the content is missing, if you try to continue without reinstalling the contents!
The most curious thing to me is the fact that this happens incidently ....
It may happen on the very next start of Premiere Elements 10, it may happen
some days later after maybe 10 restarts of the software.
Thank you very much for your reply ...
greeting from Dortmund (Germany)
By selecting 'Do not show This message Again' in that dialog box and processding, Steve means that from the next time you should not get that dialog box anytime.
And it may also be the case that you might not have installed the complete content, which includes(SD1,SD2,SD3,HD1,HD2,HD3), you might have missed some category, that's why it might be showing the dailog box.
If not, than its a bug, and it needs to be reported to Adobe.
thanks for your reply!
Well, I already did both, ... installed the whole content and installed only the "modules" I thought to use ...
In both cases, once upon a time ... later on, the start of Premiere Elements 10 "fails" with the message
I posted above. It is kind of unpredictable ...
kind regards, Klaus
Same thing happened to me using Windows 7 64 bit. Since the content was installed in Program files (x86), I moved the content to the Program Files/Adobe Premiere Elements 10 folder. It merged the content items into the existing folders. Then I turned off the error message telling me that I did not have the content. Seems to be working fine and I now have all the content loading when I start the program.
Thanks a lot to all who tried to help me!
It looks like monet admirer is right!
If I move the content to "../Program Files/Adobe Premiere Elements 10" it is available.
Interesting enough, it worked for some days without this procedure!
And I wonder why ...