Windows 7 pro x64
Intel Core i7 2.7ghz
16 gig ram
NVIDIA GTX675MX driver version 314.07 2013.2.18
Hello, I had to update the driver due to premiere stating I had an outdated driver. After installation everything seemed fine however today when I opened premiere my source and preview windows showed black, no video. My edits and source files were all still there. Sound from my clips played but no video. I have Mercury playback set to hardware. When I switch it to software the video images return. Has anyone else had an issue with this driver in Premiere pro and did you find a solution? I did a search and this seems to be an issue with drivers. Hope they fix it in the next update. Thanks.
If any specific driver causes problems, you might try going to the nVidia site to find out of there is a newer driver to try
If not, try older drivers to see if one works, such as a 310 version... just NOT a 306 version (I think that is the number of the driver that had major problems)
I haven't had any problems with that driver myself, on two machines with two different cards.
You may have to go into the BIOS and make sure any on-board video is disabled. You want nVidia to be the only GPU in use.
Thanks. It seems to be working fine without Cuda enabled so I think I may just do that until there is a fix if there is one. The card I have is not on the Adobe supported list after all. This is the latest driver. The reason I updated was because Premiere had some kind of error pop up telling me my driver was out of date. Can't rememer specifically what it said though. Not sure how much performance loss there is with hardware turned off.
The card I have is not on the Adobe supported list after all.
Neither are mine.
Don't expect either Adobe or nVidia to issue 'a fix', because I don't belive there is a problem with the driver, only with your system.
Do go into the BIOS.
My Bios only has the one vid card so it's not that. Perhaps it is my system. I may try and reinstall the old driver after this project to see if that works or if I get the error again and maybe I can get a better idea of what's happening. Thanks for the help.
Thank you everyone, I just figured it out. For some reason in my NVIDIA Control panel-Manage 3d settings-Global settings Preferred Graphics processor drop down was set to Auto-Select. I switched it to the NVIDIA card and everything seems back to normal. Phew!
Harm, I used your system configuration guide to set up my system. That really helped take the confusion out of proper system configuration. Thank you for writing that.