Have you gone through the steps
a. Computer Environment and Premiere Elements 11 Windows System Requirements
b. Have you tried deleting the specific 10.0 Folder in the route:
Again use ONLY the route specified below. Do not get detoured by a folder named Premiere Elements 11.
Local Disc C
Premiere Elements Folder
and in the 11.0 Folder is the Adobe Premiere Elements Prefs File.
Typically I would suggest deleting just that Adobe Premiere Elements Prefs File which is one of the items in that 11.0 Folder. But if that does not resolve the problem, then I would delete that whole 11.0 Folder.
Also make sure that you are working with Folder Options Show Hidden Files and Folder on in order to see the path above.
Important. Do not take it for granted, check with the manufacturer of your video card to make sure that you have the latest video card driver installed.
Do you have QuickTime latest version installed? And, are you running the program from a User Account with Administrative Privileges and/or have right clicked the program icon and selected Run As Administrator?
We will be watching for your results.
Yes, I have the newest version of the Quicktime Player.
Do you mean in the 11.0 Folder the Textdocument File named:"CAHeadless Plugin Loading" there is no other file .
What is on your Local Disc C? Are you using the typical hard drive for Local Disc C or do you have one of the SSD (Solid State Drives) for as your Local Disc C? Could you give us an idea of your computer drives setup?
When you installed Premiere Elements 11 on your computer, did you accept the default save location for the program files or did you customize them in some way.
Let us see what your answers are.
Do you have an installation disc for Premiere Elements 11 or are you working from downloaded purchased files?
I don't have an SSD, its is a normal Harddrive. I don't changed some options, by installing Windows.
When I installed Premiere Elements 11 Student and teacher edition from a Disc, I changed the default saving location into: ":D\Adobe\Elements_11\Premiere Elements 11".
I hpe this helped you in some way.
And thank you very very much for helping my, thank you.
(sorry for the bad English, I hope its comfortable to read)