The usual drill is to check the information about the video card driver at the web site of the manufacturer of the video card.
If the page information matches what you have, you might want to check the Intel web site and click on "automatically detect and update drivers and software" before the do it yourself tracking the HD Graphics 4600.
I suspect your card driver is up to date, but best check. Then we will go into the action of deleting the BadDrivers.txt file for Premiere
Local Disc C
and in the 11.0 Folder is the BadDrivers.txt file that you delete. Be sure to have Folder Option Show Hidden Files, Folders, and Drives active so that you can see the whole path to the BadDrivers.txt file.
We will be watching for your results.
ATR - You are the best. As soon as I read your response even close I found the BadDriver.txt file. Why does that happen. I did update a driver but it was still bad so that is when I deleted the txt file.
Very glad that worked for you also. That BadDrivers.txt file deletion has been a life saver for many of us.
It started for me and others in my thread way back in Premiere Elements 9 days.
Daksha123 came with this information and followed up giving the rationale behind it in post 10 of the thread cited.
Congratulations on your success.
Thanks for the follow up.