I purchased a copy of Premiere Elements 11 in April, I installed it on my laptop and it worked fine. I just purchased a new dell desktop with windows 8, I uninstalled it on my laptop and installed it on the new desktop. When I tried to create a quick movie I recieved and error that reads "Adobe Premiere Elements.exe - no disk, There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive D:"
I contacted Adobe Support, after everything was said and done. I was told that the dll files on my install disk were corrupt and that I needed to upgrade to a new version for the mire sum of $150.00. Has anyone else run into this ?
This error seems to be related to SmartSound. Have you ensured that Smartsound and Sonic Fire Pro are properly installed?
You can download them directly from this page. Just download the free trial of Sonic Fire and you should be all set.
You'll also of course want to make sure that Windows 8 is fully updated and that you have the latest version of Quicktime, per the program's requirements.