By searching in this forum on words : 'incompatibl driver', you will find recommandation to solve your issue :
1 update the driver, if necessary
2 delete the baddrivers.txt file as indicated in some links in the forum.
Thanks JM. I will try your recommendations. I so appreciate your help.
It was deleting the "baddriver" txt file, and now it works like a charm.
Thanks to you JM
Copying from one of my previous posts with the exact workaround that worked for you..
The fact that it solved it for you should only be an indication that there is a display driver issue. Getting the correct display drivers before a Premiere Elements video editing session is very important. There could be other inexplicable issues because of bad drivers. This should at best be considered a temporary solution. We have seen that this fixes the problem for most of the people, but there are others who have benefited only from a vendor-supplied-display-driver-update.
Thanks for the follow up on your display card error message.
You went by the book
a. checking for latest version of driver at web site of video card manufacturer
b. did that great BadDrivers.txt deletion which resolved the problem in that the display card error disappeared
That is what happened to me when I was using Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1. I went through the above drill. And, the BadDrivers.txt deletion proved a permanent fix. I have not had to repeat the fix since then (now 2013).
But VDOSurfer reply and comments, including
There could be other inexplicable issues because of bad drivers. This should at best be considered a temporary solution.
took me to ask the following. Hopefully your case will be one of those permanently fixed (within reasonable expectations). But could you keep a watch for the message reappearing and its reappearance being associated with a particular video format being introduced in the project?