This thread represents a duplicate of the one that you posted a minute ago.
This probably occurred because you are new to this forum. Duplicate threads are to be avoided since they present confusion for those trying to respond to the question as well as to the person asking for troubleshooting help.
A moderator will probably be along shortly to close this duplicated thread.
I will respond to your question in the first one of these threads posted.
Welcome to the forum.
As you have posted the same question to the forum twice, I will Delete the other thread, so discussion can continue here.
- Please tell us about your Mac, with some detail?
- Before you installed Mavericks, did PrE 11 work, or was it first installed after Mavericks?
- When you say that PrE 11 does not work, can you elaborate - how far does the program get, when you attempt to launch it?
- Do you get any error messages?
That would be a good start.
Before I installed Mavericks it worked. When I say that it doesn’t work I want to say that It doesn’t launch and appears a message saying PrE 11 presented a error and needs to close and then a long message with a lot of codes.
First, go back to http://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere_elements and, in the area just under Ask a Question, type in
You may now read 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
Second, what MAY work is to DE-activate and UN-install and then RE-install
My feelings exactly, John. Mavericks isn't that major of an upgrade -- but I've found that many of my programs benefit from being reinstalled after an OS upgrade.
Thank you for that information.
As both John T., and Steve comment, there have been a lot of reported issues with Mavericks - some different problems reported, but many of them have been resolved. I would read all of the threads on Mavericks in the PrE Forum. After you do your Search, immediately go to See More Results at the bottom of that Search display screen. That will bring up even more articles, and it has an added benefit - you can click each thread and read, but if you then use your browser's Back button, will get back to that full Search screen, with all the threads, ready for you to read.