[Please don't pepper the forums with the same issue, Nick. Just the one thread for your problem is sufficient. I've deleted your duplicate posts in the other threads.]
I was asking a question to others who found similar bugs. Possibly you have hindered my ability to find a solution? Since you have decided to censor my messages, I will search outside of Adobe’s forum’s on the Cow and other users forums. I’m half way through a 20 minute video with half the media shot on my EX1. Transfer the production to a laptop with CS6.0.3 and wait the next Adobe update while a much more productive workstation remains Idle is my only choice for now.
Asking in multiple forums is a good idea to cover you bases. dvxuser.com is another possibility that has a Premiere Pro section.
If you want to send others who've had the same issue a PM and ask for their help, that's fine also. But when you ask in a public forum, you're asking 'everyone' for help. And it's just bad form to ask 'everyone' the same question several times over.
Thanks for your suggestion. I thought my question would only be sent to others in the thread not everyone. Am I wrong?
Everyone who visits the forums can read the thread.
Changing the NVIDIA drive from 301 to 295 had no effect, same problem.
Using the same project file on the same SDHC card and same content on the same RAID I tranfered them to a HP Elitebook 8540p, Win 7 Pro, Intel i7,8GB RAM, NVIDIA NVS 5100M, USB 3.0. The same problem file works perfectly with this hardware and by adding the graphics card to the "cuda Supported cards" list, the Mercury engine is active. I will have headaches using a small screen and only 48 cuda cores compared to 384 is much slower but it is working.
Am I having problems with the:
nvidia 560 Ti?
Asus P5E Deluxe?
USB 3.0 card?
Is there a way to test these components?