Try going to C/ProgramData/Adobe/Premiere Elements and deleting the BadDriver.txt file, then restart your program.
Hi Steve, yep already tried that, did nothing. (See #4 on things already tried)
Premiere Elements 10 on Windows 10 64 bit.
What is the significance of your mention about bringing your laptop to work other than you might be using the company network for the Internet connection?
Can we assume that you get the same driver display error message when you now use this laptop with this project in your home environment?
In your introduction to your problem, you said that you had deleted the BadDrivers.txt file, and it had not impact on your situation. That is often the life saver in a case with the description that you give. The history on that goes back to the days of Premiere Elements 9.0/9.0.1 and can be found described here.
And the rationale for its use can be found in post 10 in the following
How many video cards/graphics cards does your computer use? Just this AMD card?
Have you attempted to go into the AMD controls and adjust any user controllable settings?
If you do a mini test run and export the Timeline content (white displays in preview), what does the export look like - white displays or normal content?