Premiere Elements 13 on Windows 10 (assumed 64 bit)
Let us go through the usual drill.
1. Does the problem exist with and without the antivirus and firewalls disabled?
2. Do you have QuickTime 7.7.6 installed on the computer along with Premiere Elements 13? And, are you running the programs from a user account with administrative privileges? And, have you right clicked the desktop icon of the program and selected and applied Run As Administrator?
3. Is your video card/graphics card up driver version up to date according to the web site of the manufacturer of the card?
4. What other video editing programs do you have installed on the same computer? Is the computer and other installed applications running OK at this time?
Please review the above.
Depending on your answers to the above, I would suggest
1. Program uninstall using the usual Control Panel/Installed Programs way
2. Free ccleaner run through (regular cleaner and registry cleaner parts)
3. Reinstall with antivirus and firewalls disabled.
4. Once you are sure that 13 is working completely, then download and install the 13.1 Update from an opened project's Help Menu/Updates.
Let us start here then we can decide what next. With regard to UIFramework.dll, I have found this online description. I am posting the link for informational purposes only, and at this time I am not for or against any fix it tool download available from there.
Any questions or need clarification on the above, please do not hesitate to ask.
Yep windows 10 64bit.
I've done everything as you describes.
Install a quicktime version windows 10 (http://tommynation.com/install-quicktime-windows-10/)
Ccleaner i use a long time, but does not fix tha Adobe Premiere Elements 13 problems.
I have a AIO msi AG240 gamer pc NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 860M 2GB GDDR5 and Intel onboard card.
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You can see my problem here. Adobe.mp4 - Google Drive
Problem was the nvidia gtx 860m
After disabling nvidia and enabling onboard VGA card problem was solved
Thanks for the update and the great news of what worked for you.
The computer using more than one video card/graphics card often creates problems for Premiere Elements (many versions) and not just on Windows 10 64 bit computer. Glad that you were able to disable the NVIDIA and get things working by enabling just the onboard card. Great job.
As for the latest version of QuickTime. At this time, I am still recommending Window 10 64 bit with the QuickTime 7.7.6 which is meeting the Adobe requirement for latest version of QuickTime install even though 7.7.6 is not really the latest QuickTime 7 version. I realize that 7.7.8 is the latest version of Apple's QuickTime 7, but, when it comes to troubleshooting, I prefer not to introduce the variable of a non authorized Windows 10 QuickTime 7.7.8 made usable by other than Apple.
But, your progress is sounding good the way it is. The follow up is appreciated.