Try what ishown in the link, and replace 9.0 by 10.0 : this folder name is the release number of
To see the program data folder, you absolutely need to see the hidden files when using
windows explorer. Then you will be able to delete this baddrivers.txt file.
Thank you JM,
my error was to look for it in the ProgramFILES folder, whereas it is - as written in
in the ProgramDATA (which is usually hidden),
Now it works fine!
Great news! That elusive BadDriver.txt file has tripped up several users. As you point out, the files in the Program Files are usually hidden by default, and then one needs to go into the "version number" folder, for their version of PrE, say 9, 10 or 11.
Glad that you found it, and that all is working now.