If you have the latest compatible driver for your video card (as confirmed from the web site of the manufacturer of you video card), then please doing the following to see if it will address the issue:
Remove the BadDrivers.txt file found in Windows 7 and 8 64 bit path:
Local Disk C
in the 10.0 Folder is the BadDrivers.txt file that you delete.
Make sure that you are working with Folder Options Show Hidden Files, Folders, and Drives active so you can see that path.
Here is the thread that first brought to attention BadDrivers.txt file in this type of matter. Please check out the rationale for its being which is also described in the thread.
Thanks. We will be watching for your follow up.
Thank you for your prompt reply.
Maybe it's better if i explain you the entire situation.
First of all I am using Windows Vista 32 bit (on a HP Pavilion dv6).
Actually it happens lately that the software video screening doesn't work properly smooth so that i cannot see the video into the software and i must export it if i want to see the result. It stops, that makes working impossible.
By the way, since two weeks, when i open the software, a screening tells me that i have to update the video card like i told you, if i want better performances.
As far as i have understood from your message (and if the information given to you now don't change anything), should i delete the BadDrivers.txt file? And that would solve the matter ?
By the way, thanks for your attention
Thank you for the update and additional information.
I think that you should give deletion of the BadDrivers.txt file a try. But with your Windows Vista 32 bit, the path that I posted will not apply to you. I do not have Windows Vista 32 bit, but I do also have Windows XP 32 bit. The path to the BadDrivers.txt file there is:
Local Disk C
Documents and Settings
and in the 10.0 Folder should be the BadDrivers.txt file that you delete. It is a small file (about 1 KB and is described as a Text document).
In all cases, make sure that you have Folder Options "Show Hidden Files, Folders, and Drives" active so that you can see the path. Let me know if any of the above helps you find that BadDrivers.txe file in your Windows Vista 32 bit. If in doubt, do not delete anything unless the file specifically is named BadDrivers.txt file.
Based on your results, we will decide what next.
I would encourage you to delete it and see the results.
Another BadDrivers.txt file will be generated automatically to replace it.
Many have been down this path, including myself.
It is worth the try. If it takes care of the problem great. If not, the video card driver message may be coincidental to under problem related to other factors. Or, as suggested in the link about the txt file, the point may be reached where video card replacement, rather than driver update, may be indicated.
Looking forward to the outcome.
No, i deleted the BadDrivers.txt file, relaunch Premiere elements 10 but the problem persists: the problem screening come out as beforer, and there is a new BadDriver.txt file ...
Maybe the Nvidia driver isn't compatible anymore with the software, like Daksha 123 wrote under your question in the link you post me...
By now, If you have anything to reccomend me anymore, it doesn't matter. I try to resolve the problem in other way...
You have already done much for me and i can only thank you
Thank you so so much , GRAZIE