5 Replies Latest reply on Oct 4, 2011 10:07 PM by Panoprincess

    [..\..Src\DirectoryRegistry.cpp-283] error when starting Premiere Elements

    Tiptop0909

      This error only happens when the laptop is disconnected from our domain. When trying to start Elements I receive error:

       

      Premiere Elements 8.0 has encountered an error.

      [..\..Src\DirectoryRegistry.cpp-283]

       

      Then program will not start unless I connect the laptop to the network - which makes a portable laptop useless.

      I have uninstalled and re-installed the program with the exact same results.

       

      Anyone got any dieas?

       

      Thankyou in advance.

       

      Crash log file has been included

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

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        • 1. Re: [..\..Src\DirectoryRegistry.cpp-283] error when starting Premiere Elements
          the_wine_snob Level 9

          Where, and how, is PrE installed? When you launch it, are you running as an Administrator?

           

          First, PrE wants to be installed competely on the C:\ and wants direct access to the My Documents folder. It also wants to be both installed and then launched from an Administrator account.

           

          It is not designed (nor is the big-brother PrPro) to function in a fully networked environment. It will extract media, etc. from an NAS, or from a mapped networked drive, but it does not like to run under most networked environments.

           

          It's my guess that there is something in this installation that it is not comfortable with. More details will likely help.

           

          Good luck, and looking for the answers to the questions above.

           

          Hunt

          • 2. Re: [..\..Src\DirectoryRegistry.cpp-283] error when starting Premiere Elements
            Tiptop0909 Level 1

            It is installed under an Admin account, into the default location of the installer (C:Program Files etc) - Everything has been left as default settings, nothing changed. The software is run under a power users equivalent account, however this error occurs when the software is run under an administrators account as well.

             

            The software is used on a single laptop, it doesn't use the network in anyway, all media files are stored on laptop's hard drive.

             

            The laptop is a Dell E6400 running XP SP 3.