As our mind-reading abilities are limited, the only thing we can read from that is that you are on Windows.
"My car doesn't work!"
"If you describe the problem, when it happens, if the car has been changed or modified, if it was running before you changed something, and any other relevant information such as what kind of car it is, I'm sure we can help you!"
"OK – my car doesn't work!"
Sorry, yes I'm on windows, 16 g of ram. The error message that is displayed is all that's shown. Please forgive my typos. What else can I tell you that would help?
Start by answering the "car" questions that I asked.
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Has it just started give you problems after running smoothly for a
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anything about the hardware, installed a patch or new software or
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OS Name Microsoft Windows 7 Professional
Version 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601
System Manufacturer Alienware
System Type x64-based PC
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2637M CPU @ 1.70GHz, 1701 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 16.0 GB
Total Physical Memory 15.9 GB
Available Physical Memory 13.6 GB
Total Virtual Memory 31.9 GB
Available Virtual Memory 29.2 GB
NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M
I installed Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Premium a few months back but did not use it until yesterday. It installed ok. Now when I open up After Effects the error message below is thrown:
Microsoft visual C++ Runtime Library
Program: C:\Program Files (x86)\...
This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way.
Please contact the application's suport team for more information.
There is no error number, just what you see. This error is not thrown when I open up Flash but is thrown everytime AE opens. AE looks like it opens normally, I can import assets but when I click on one to see the thumbnail AE freezes up.
Hope this is better!
Well, it's a start, but you didn't answer a lot of the questions.
So AE has never worked properly on this machine?
What version of QuickTime do you have installed?
I have QuickTime 7.7.2
I don't know if AE worked when I first installed it because I didn't use it for several months after it was installed. I just know that when I opened it up yesterday I had the issues I discussed. I also uninstalled and reinstalled AE to see if that made a difference, it didn't. I wish I had opened it up initially. This morning I went to Adobe Chat and they sent me to
This was no help because I don't believe I had an installation problem.
You should follow those instructions. Since AE has never launched, it may
very well be an installation problem anyway. Sorry...
That procedure is for XP and doesn't pertain to 7. I'll take another look at it. Thanks
Jonas, I uninstalled AE and followed the procedures for installing AE with only essentual services. No change. Any ideas? Thanks!!!
Are you the same guy as "midniteSolar" with the exact same machine?
If you've tried all the suggested solution, I'd call Adobe or rather
just re-install my OS. Bite the bullet, somethings wrong with your
Check the Windows Event Viewer for the fault module. Runtime errors are usually driver crashes, so update your stuff, particularly your graphics and audio drivers. AE is one hyper-sensitive mofo with that stuff...