Nobody can help you with this "piece of junk" without some real info. Sorry, but so far this is a "My car doesn't run." question and then what? You are not providing any system info or otehr relevant details...
Fair enough, however, I will start by saying that I have not had any problems with any other software I have ever loaded on any of my computers over the past 20+ years. I think Adobe needs to spend some time figuring out their own house and stop pushing junk on the consumer.
With all that said: here are my details. Lenovo IdeaPad Y470p Laptop, Windows 7, 64bit, AMD Radeon HD 7690M Graphics Card.
Any help will be much appreciated. I am at my wits end and have been reading and trying to follow instructions I have found on many other threads. Seems like a fairly common problem that you think Adobe would be aware of.
Found the answer in another forum. It is a problem with Premiere expecting a DLL to be named one thing when it is named something else by AMD. Had to make a copy of the DLL and rename it and the problem is gone. Seems pretty stupid simple for Adobe to address this issue.