You are apparently unaware of the specific Premiere Elements 10/NVIDIA GeForce issue which forces the user to roll back the card driver version to about May 2013. Updating that NVIDIA GeForce is not the answer to those display issues, it is the roll back if you can find an old enough driver version among the NVIDIA GeForce old drivers.
Please review and consider the full details of that issue you appear to be facing....
Please supply more information including computer operating system and 32 or 64 bit?
What NVIDIA GeForce card is your computer using?
What was the dating on the NVIDIA GeForce driver version before you updated it to the current version?
We will be watching for further details as your schedule permits.
i think that did the trick. thank you.
i randomly rolled back to an update dated may 22, 2012 as the newest update for this display card was feb 2013. saving new projects seem to be working now, no crashes. i might try updating to 1-2 newer updates between feb 2013 and may 2012, but later.
the card, btw, is an nvidia geforce 7900 gs. used the original driver disk to install drivers. then went to the nvidia website to look for updates. using windows xp sp3, 32bit, with whatever microsoft recommended patches applied.
GeForce 301.42 Driver WHQL 301.42 May 22, 2012
Thanks for the follow up.
I could not find the NVIDIA GeForce video card/graphics card that you mentioned. But, if you have a NVIDIA GeForce card for your computer with Premiere Elements 10, then a card version about May 2013 should solve your issue.
Please update us on your progress when you get a chance.