I have also a laptop of HP dv7
Is it fixed yet? or has someone any idea how to fix this?
Check to make sure you don't have embedded graphics turned on at all in the BIOS.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH JIM.
Finally I can run Premiere Pro CS6 (and Encore & Prelude) in my Laptop.
I just change the status from "Dynamic" to "Fixed" in the graphic options in the BIOS.
Read the post from JIM SIMON. It works for me.
Maybe a stupid question but where can I find graphic options in the BIOS?
That will depend on the BIOS. I would boot into Setup (the exact key combo can vary, so you might need to consult your manual, or find out the BIOS company and model, and visit their Web site). In Setup, you might have to look at several tabs, to determine exactly where the video is set. The manual, or the mfgr's. Web site might have a TOC (Table of Contents), where you can locate video display, and easily locate the tab.
As Hunt says, you need to search the BIOS settings, since each company is a bit different
Also, more about laptops with dual video
Dual laptop video http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1001579
-Mac Utility http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1017891?tstart=0
HP Fingerprint/Password conflict http://forums.adobe.com/thread/911575
Turn off your laptop. Turn it on again and press the ESC key every 1/2 second. You will see a DOS style menu. Select BIOS setup. Go to each tab until you see some Graphic option. Change <Dynamic> to <Fixed>. Press F10 to save and exit. Test it. Good luck.
Thank you so much! I really appreciate it!