I’ve run into a problem with my trail version of Adobe Premier 13, and it appears to be a major one. Here’s what happened. Yesterday when I turned on the computer, I got a prompt asking if I wanted to link my Adobe Lightroom with Adobe Premier. I “x’d” the prompt but then the computer went into a “do not turn off” mode. 45 minutes later the computer was still prompting me not to turn it off. Thinking that the computer was hung up I did turn it off. Then I turned it back on, went to Adobe Lightroom to discover that all my work from the past three-to four years had disappeared.
At this point I am afraid to mess with Adobe Premier, so it’s still on my computer. I used Windows 7, Photoshop CS3 and Lightroom 4. Do you think if I uninstalled my trial version of Adobe Premier 13, my work on Lightroom would return? Or is it lost?
Thanks to any who offer suggestions.
I was unaware that you could establish any direct linkage between Lightroom and Premiere Elements. Are you sure that the association was to be for Photoshop CS3 and Lightroom?
Have you tried to do a System Restore to a point before you installed Premiere Elements 13 or before you OK'd whatever this Lightroom linkage was?
Have you asked your question in the Adobe Lightroom Forum, asking about recovery of work lost from Lightroom? Have you found any traces of your lost Lightroom work in the Recycle Bin?