What computer operating system is your Premiere Elements 13 running on?
The Premiere Elements 13 No Disc error is a known issue which has afflicted many. PRE_help's fix for this has
worked for many. It involves deleting or disabling the OldFilm.AEX file found
Local Disk C
Adobe Premiere Elements 13
and in the NewBlue Folder should be the OldFilm.AEX file that you delete or disable by renaming the file from OldFilm.AEX to OldFilm.AEXOLD.
Please let us know if that worked for you.
I was encounterd the same problem and used your solution.
renamed it and problem solved.
I am having the same problem, I am running Windows 8.1 I looked in the;
Adobe Premiere Elements 13
and I can not find the OLDFILM.AEX
so what am I doing wrong?
Thank you for any advice you may give.
go to the map/folder common, then type "old" in the searche box.
right mouse click for "rename" rename it say yes you can
close and re-open premiere and problem fixed.
Or go to common\newblue
Spike29, where exactly do I find the "map/folder" to type "old"? as I can't find any map/folder? Thanks for your time too!
Sorry im dutch, so folder or map is the same to me, maybe this is clearer:
step 1: navigate in your windows to the folder named "common" (as explained by AT Romano)
step 2 go in (double click) to folder named: "newblue" in there is the file "oldfilm.aex"
step 3 point and select the file , right click, select rename, and simply ad "old" behind the name like this: oldfilm.aexold
done, your have fixed the problem.
Spike29, I found the file "OldFilm", but there isn't any "aex" after Oldfilm. when I open it up it looks just like this ( OldFilm) It doesn't look like this ( OldFilm.aex), again Thank you for your help.
Your problem is my oversight where I did not go far enough in the description that PRE_help cited for the location of the OldFilm.AEX file. Sorry about that.
The OldFilm.AEX file is in the NewBlue Folder which is in the Common Folder and so on.
Here is a screenshot of the situation for Premiere Elements 13 in Windows 7 or 8.1 64 bit
This is more in that NewBlue Folder....the screenshot is not showing the entries further down the list.
But note the OldFilm.AEX, 5 th from the last entry that I have included.
Please let us know the outcome. I will see about clarifying my post numbered 1.
If you are not seeing a file extension for a file, it is likely due to the way you have your Folder Options set.
Find Folder Options/View Tab and scroll down to and enable the option that reads
"Hide extensions for known file types".
If you need information on how to find Folder Options in your particular computer operating system, please let us know.
Thank you all very much,I found it and the file extension. I changed it to " OldFilm.AEXold" A message came and asked me if I am sure I want to change it, as if I do it might not work. I hope I did it right, as you can tell I am not a computer genius. Again Thank you for your time, I appreciate it very much.