Nevermind. I found another incompatible driver thread that described how to delete the "bad text" file which worked.
If you are certain that the video card driver is up to day (even as per its manufacturer's web site), then it is time to try deleting the BadDrivers.txt file.
We will have to work together on that since I have Window XP 32 bt, Windows 7 64 bit, and Windows 8 64 bit, but no Windows Vista 32 bit.
Let me give you the path to the BadDrivers.txt file in Windows 7 64 bit and hope that you can translate that into the appropriate location for that file on your Windows Vista 32 bit.
Local Disk C
and in the 11.0 Folder is the BadDrivers.txt file that you delete.
Please make sure that you are using Folder Options Show Hidden Files, Folders, and Drivers so that you will see the complete path.
When you open Premiere Elements 11, please determine if the problem is resolved.
Add On...I will try to check the location in my Windows XP 32 bit to see how that compares with the location that I suggested.
I think that were just missed each other by a second or two in posting.
Please let us know if that works for you.
Yes, it did. I deleted the bad text file and it seems to be working. I'll
let you know if I have any more issues.
Thanks for responding.