That was discussed earlier. It seems that Adobe Staff have identified a bug. I think they requested input on the thread.
Go down about 10 posts where "Staff" gets involved.
I would encourage you to get involved with the the
Since you are implicating the OldFilm Effect in what you are doing, the suggested fix of PRE_help might be your answer.
But, as discussed in the above link, there may be other possible causes for these No Disc errors.
As PRE_help wrote
Could you try removing the Old Film effect from the installed location of Premiere Elements 13 and then try to launch the app? The exact file to be removed is (assuming you have installed it in the default location)
Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Elements 13\Plug-Ins\Common\NewBlue\OldFilm.AEX
While we are not 100% certain this is to blame, we have seen internally that this has fixed the problem in some cases. Let us know if this helps.
You wrote that No Disc In E Drive. Even if you do not have an E Drive, could you look under Computer/Manage/Disc Management
and determine if there is a E Drive in the drive list there when this situation exists?
We will be looking forward to your results in participation in the thread where PRE_help is requesting case histories for the No Disc
Premiere Elements 13 issue.
Hi ATR and whsprague,
Once I found the thread you guys mentioned I removed the specified file and the error stopped. It means that this solution worked for me as far as the No Disk error goes. Hopefully there will be a new Old Film Effect soon to replace it.
And yes, I do have an E drive listed. It is from my card reader, which is usually empty.
Thank you very much for your help guys.
Great news of your success. Great contribution to the Premiere Elements 13 users afflicted with this No Disc issue.
If you have not already, please post your result in the thread where PRE_help is requesting this type of information.
I am almost sure that I saw a report in one of these threads saying that a possible fix was putting a card in the computer's
When all the reports are compiled, it will be interesting to see how the findings sort out.