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As many of the Transitions, shown in the gallery, are animated, they require some GPU power to display.
The first thing that I would investigate is your video driver.
What OS are you running?
What make and model of video card do you have?
What is the installed driver version and date, that you have?
Is that the very latest from nVidia, or AMD/ATI?
See this article for more detail on video drivers: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4137087#4137087
Good luck, and let us know a bit more, please,
thanks for the reply. I was working on a movie, and my computer froze and rebotted. chdsk was ran, it said that files had to be deleted. The computer rebotted itsef, and now my
project is gone. Its as if premiere elements was actualy ran from factory settings.
Could you plese let me know what the heck is going on. I had been working on the project for a while, and now its gone.
For that system reboot, I would start by reading this article: http://forums.adobe.com/message/3465303#3465303
As the title suggests, a BSOD IS a very serious issue, and should be addressed first, before anything is done to solve problems in PrE. Something major is going on, and needs to be fixed.
PS - be sure to follow the links in that article, and especially the "Finding Clues."
Also, if you want us to help your troubleshoot your problem, you will need to answer our questions about your system.