I'm having some slight issues with after effects and adobe premiere CS6 CC on my notebook.
I downloaded the CC app and can install all the apps, and every app (photoshop, illustrator, media encoder etc) works prefectly except for AE and premiere.
My notebook specs:
(It says there is an integrated graphics aswell, maybe this could be the issue? that AE and Premiere select this one instead of the 840M)
Samsung evo 250GB SSD (Bootup drive and this is where CC is installed)
500GB HDD 7200rpm
For after effects:
When I run AE it starts the loading screen, but it crashes almost right away when it says "Initializing Mediacore" and gives this error:
After Effects error: Crash in progress. Last logged message was: <7304>
<GPUmanager> <2> Sniffer Result Code 3
(Error code 0 :: 42)
I think it has something to do with my VGA drivers, but I have uninstalled all the Nvidia and Intel drivers and installed both the newest and previous versions of drivers. But none fixed the issue.
Now heres where it gets interesting. yesterday I decided to test if a cracked version of AE CS6 worked on my computer. And it did, it openend smoothly and everything worked as far as I could test.
After testing I unistalled the cracked version (completly wiped everything), and reinstalled CC. But still no luck.
As for Premiere, the moment the loading screen pops up it says "Adobe Premiere CS6 has stopped working". All I can click is cancel, and when I do it just closes Premiere.
I saw a thread where someone said the issue was Nvidia geforce Experience. But even when I don't install this AE and Premiere don't work.
hope I gave you all enough information!
thanks for your time
You need to disable the intel graphics the hard way in the BIOS/ EFI. GPU acceleration never works with concurrently running different processors from different vendors. The only reason CS6 worked is because it has less demanding requirements and probably was happy with the intel stuff, but well, that's still useless. and before running cracked software simply use the free trial versions to verify such issues.
Thanks for the info, but I found the issue!
I had a windows update left.. kind of overlooked that part ^^
So if anyone has this issue, check your windows updates!