-Go to C:\Program Files\Adobe\Common\Plug-ins\CS6\Media Core\
-Start Premiere and export a few seconds from your project as .avi
-Save the project and exit Premiere
-Rename the file back to dfscPremiereOUTCS5.prm
-Open project and export with frameserver
[Is not my intention to be oppositional again, but this happens only in Premiere, never in Sony Vegas Pro, is a fact]
Renaming that file did not sort the problem. Export dialogue will still not open.
Check for, and delete, any and all traces of the file that you used as a signpost file for the frameserver. I don't use the latest version of DFS, so I don't know if this will work in new version. The Advanced Frame Server is much, much better than DFS ever was.
Just renaming the file doesn't normally solve the problem. But folowing all the steps I told you, in my case always went well.
"Advanced Frame Server is much, much better than DFS ever was."
Will you be kind to tell in what way is much better?
Speed, options, stability.