Is QuickTime 7 installed on your Windows computer? You cannot import or edit with ProRes files unless QuickTime is installed. Keep in mind that you cannot export ProRes from a Windows machine, you must choose a different codec.
Yes, quicktime player 7 is installed on my computer.
But still, apple prores file is not recognized.
Same as well in adobe After effect cs5.File not supported.
A standard QuickTime 7 installation should add the ProRes codecs. Sorry you are not seeing them. You can try this link for an installer: http://support.apple.com/downloads/Apple_ProRes_QuickTime_Decoder_1_0_for_Windows
See if that works for you.
Is Premiere actually telling you that the clips are unsupported, or are they simply "offline"? I would guess the latter, since you moved the project to another computer, the linkage to the clips could be broken since driver letters and/or folder names change.
Right-click a clip in the bin and try "Link Media" to set proper directory path to the clip again.
Hope this helps
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