I am getting this error message:
The procedure entry point ? DrawPixels@DC@UIF@@QEAAXPEBXHHHV?$ParamPoint@VCPoint@@@ASL@@@Z could not be located in the dynamic link library UIFramework.dll. My computer crashed and I had to reload Windows 7... fresh install and then have to reload all my programs. Photo Shop CS6 opens okay, but Premiere does not. Any ideas what I need to do?
The procedure entry point ? DrawPixels@DC@UIF@@QEAAXPEBXHHHV?$ParamPoint@VCPoint@@@ASL@@@Z could not be located in the dynamic link library UIFramework.dll.
My computer crashed and I had to reload Windows 7... fresh install and then have to reload all my programs. Photo Shop CS6 opens okay, but Premiere does not. Any ideas what I need to do?
When you reinstalled Windows and Premiere... was that onto a WIPED/FORMATTED hard drive, or just a reinstall over the top of what was there?
If the second, a reinstall over the top of what was there does not (as far as I know) replace the Premiere preferences file
If your preferences file was corrupted by your computer crash, it is STILL corrupted and needs to be removed
Reset Corrupted Preferences = Press/HOLD Ctrl+Alt+Shift while starting program
-except delete file in P6 http://forums.adobe.com/message/4644893
-and setting http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1058426?tstart=0
Thanks, John... I will try and reset the corrupted files and see if that is the problem. Yes, I did an install over top of what was on the drive. If reseting the corrupted files doesn't work then I will do the clean install of windows and CS6.
If that does not work, I would uninstall, run the Adobe Creative Suite Cleaner Tool a few times, rebooting in between, then do a clean install and test. Adobe Creative Suite Cleaner Tool: https://www.google.com/search?q=adobe+creative+suite+cleaner+tool&aq=0 &oq=Adobe+Creative+Suite+clea&sugexp=chrome,mod=5&sourceid=chrome&ie=U TF-8
Wasn't able to wipe the drive myself... computer probably has a virus that is preventing me from doing this. Took the computer in to my computer guy in Reading to have a clean install done on the c drive. Also, I have been editing for a an ad agency client on their CS6 system... the first job I did for them, I exported the CS6 edit file to a usb thumb drive and brought it to my computer to make a very minor change to an edit done by their inhouse video editor (he had been let go). Long story short... in a 3 minute video the timeline was nested... and clicking on the nested sequence took me to another sequence that had multiple nested files... clicking on them did not take me to another sequence! There where 11 different sequences for this 3 minute video and none of the other sequences linked to anything... which is why I took it to my office and re-edited the 3-minute video on ONE timeline! Still not sure why this editor had nested everything... very strange way to edit what was esssentially was an interview... person answering 3- questions... with a transition which was basically the question on the screen followed by the interviewee's answer! Since doing this edit I have had issues with my computer. In the meantime I have been editing some videos for this agency and their computer was having issues including freezing and not being able to open the task manager to shut down CS6 after a freeze. I would have to just shut the computer off to re-boot! The last edit I did for them last week took 6 hours to do something that should have taken 3 hours at the most.
Wasn't able to wipe the drive myself... computer probably has a virus that is preventing me from doing this.
That doesn't make sense. When you run the Windows Install CD, nothing from the C: drive get's loaded into memory, so even with a virus there it could not prevent you from formatting the drive during the installation routine.
Maybe I said it wrong... what I was trying to do was reformat the C: drive... (which I wasn't able to do) and then install Windows. Anyway, I got my computer back from my repair guy and it is now working!!!
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