I don't use CC but I have seen "some" discussion over in http://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere about the "latest" nVidia driver causing problems, and needing to go back to a previous version
What you might do is go to the Premiere forum link above, and in the area just under Ask a Question, type in
You may now read all the previous discussions on this subject... be sure to click the See More Results at the bottom of the initial, short list if the initial list does not answer your question
Thank you for your quick response I really appreciate it. However the error suddenly occured before I ever updated my Drivers. But I will try and see if any of this will help. Thanks again.
Jim Simons, I said I have researched everything I could possibly find on Adobe Forums and Google. The information you just posted was one of the first things I found which does not fix anything. I have updated the video card driver, rolled back the driver, uninstalled the driver and installed a driver from the middle of this year, ran as administrator, and I do not have the 'Switching Technology' associated with laptops, I am on a desktop where everything worked fine until the latest update. Again:
GPU: NVIDIA Quadro 4000
CPU: Intel i7 960
Is it an Nvidia problem or a problem with the programming in the latest update?
Sorry, that's the only information we have on this issue.
Hello, I had the same problem. Even after a new installation.
Solution: Media Player update as well as VLC Media Player from the original website installed. (Http://www.videolan.org/) then reboot. Now everything works. The problem was probably missing video codecs