What version of Premiere Elements are you using and on what computer operating system is it running?
Problems with the same symptoms can (often do) have different causes.
The type of error that you have reported has been seen in various situations over the years for Premiere Elements. I am not sure that there is one answer for all.
How long have you been working with Premiere Elements before you first got this message? Is this a new install - just purchased?
In reviewing your computer driver situation, could Drive E be on of those removable drives (one that you may use from time to time)?
More tomorrow. We will be watching for further developments.
Hi there and thanks.
It is Premier Elements 11.
It has been purchased and it is listed in my Account on the Adobe website,
It has been decommissioned on an older computer and reloaded onto my new
computer, Quad Core I7, 3.4 Ghz, 16 Gb RAM, GT640 4 Gb Graphics Card Windows
There is no removable drive connected to the new computer.
Maybe this needs a complete de-installation, new installation?
Please let me know and thanks.
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If you are assured installation files, then this is what I would suggest:
a. Be sure to Deactivate Premiere Elements 11 in the opened project via Help Menu/Deactivate. Close the project and the program.
b. Via the typical Control Panel route, uninstall your Premiere Elements 11.
c. Then use the ccleaner (regular and registry types) for computer cleaning and optimization. I have used that program for both for a long time and have had only positive results.
d. Reinstall Premiere Elements 11 Windows and determine whether or not the issue still exists.
As an aside, do you remember any incomplete installs or uninstalls for other programs that might have occurred about the time of your Premiere Elements issue?
Looking forward to your results.
Thanks for the follow up.
And don't forget to install SmartSound/Sonic Fire Pro (on your installation disk)!
Installing SmartSound usually ends the Please Insert Disk problem.
Just starting my day and saw your latest post with the news that "All seems good now.".
That is great news.
But, how did you resolve the problem of the drive message? Was it the SmartSound involvement after all, all something else?
Thanks for the follow up. Continued success.