Although this was written for version 9, try the steps in the FAQ.
In Windows 7, I think you'll find this BadDriver file in PROGRAM DATA/ADOBE/PREMIERE ELEMENTS/10.0/
I find no file named BadDriver.txt.
My problem is not that I get that message. The problem is that Premiere will not run! The monitor window is blank.
Have you manually gone to the nVidia web site and downloaded the latest driver?
This fixes about 95% of these types of issues.
Also, you definitely do have a BadDriver.txt file on your computer. And you may need to delete it to clear this error.
Yes, this is the most recent driver, downloaded from the Nvidia site.
I can't find Baddriver.txt.
Where are you looking?
I am searching in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements 10
and again in C:\Program Files\Adobe
and then browing ...
but I do not see it.
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Why don't you look in the directory I indicated in my post above?
Why don't I?? Because I made a dumb mistake, thinking Program Files was Program Data. :-)
But there it is! I changed the name. I tried Premiere again. It works fine. No more problem!
Awesome news! Happy moviemaking, Joel!