>I can hit keyboard commands ( command S for save, etc.) without crashing. Only when I click on the menu bar
Hmm... what is the driver version for your GTX 285?
>slot 2 RED ROCKET card
I am Win7 and do not know that card... is that Mac only, and does it require a vendor supplied driver?
CUDA driver 4.1.29
GPU driver 22.214.171.124
RED ROCKET driver 126.96.36.199
RED ROCKET firmware 188.8.131.52
Kevin- I'll make a bug report
John, do you know how I can see what nVidia driver I have?
OK, this is so crazy! I can click on any of the main menu items (Edit, Project, etc.) but if I click File, it says "...a serious error has occured..."
But if I use a keyboard shortcut to do any of the tasks in the File menu (Save, Save As, etc.) it's fine.
Nope... I am on Win7 and only posted the link to nVidia so you could look... I have ZERO idea how to find out the driver version in Mac
I also have ZERO information on Mac OS versions... other than looking on the nVidia page and seeing they list 10.6.8 for that driver, and not the 10.6.7 you have
I do know that over in the Windows world OS updates will sometimes fix (or break!) things, so you MAY want to look at updating your OS... but, since I don't know anything about Mac, that MAY cause new problems
It is too late now, but for future messages you might want to start your title with MAC to draw more attention from the Mac users
Adobe tech support is very impressive. I called them and a tech walked me through some trouble shooting and determined I had some kind of third party service running that conflicted with Premiere. I created a new Admin user and Premiere works perfectly. I will try to figure out what service it was but have a fix in the meantime.