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hmmm.... ok i think i fixed it by myself.
but maybe interesting to other people what happened:
it seems there was a driver update for the Intel UHD Graphics 630, the integrated graphics card of my notebook.
i figured out, that actually the LAST TWO versions of that driver (.6373 and .6326) both cause my cc2018 nd cc2019 to crash.
i rolled back to driver version .6323, because that was the last one before my vacation (i was awy for 3 weeks) that seemed to have worked. so it seems after my vacation the driver updated itself somehow to a newer version which causes problems.
i managed to "force/convince" my notebook to KEEP the old driver version and now the crashes disappeared!
(its a pain in the a..., needed to uninstall the driver, made sure internet connection disabled, then manually installed the old driver).
i have no idea what is the exact explanation for that behaviour. i am just happy to have it fixed.
maybe someone else understands better, what premiere pro is doing there during startup and why the intel driver can cause a crash.
I had the same problem and just downgraded my Intel UHD Graphics 630 to version .6323.
Download Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows® 10
Premiere and After Effects now work perfectly.
Hope this will be fixed soon with future updates.
Thanks Matthias !
i am glad that worked for you too :-)
yay, my first adobe-fix/workaround! :-D
my notebook automatically updated the driver again last night, not sure why.
so again i had to manually rollback to 6323.
i keep that driver as unpacked zip in my download folder.
so when i have to rollback i simply:
- go offline (scary, i know)
- open device manager
- display adapters -> intel 630 -> right click -> properties
- tab "driver" -> uninstall device -> check checkbox "delete driver software for this device" -> uninstall!
- the display switches to a default driver/resolution then, dont worry about that (external displays dont work etc)
- now i usually just wait a few minutes until windows has recovered from this "shock" and magically finds the 6232-driver in my download folder. the display adapter reloads and everything looks smooth again.
sounds a bit like magic, but somehow works for me, in case i have to rollback the driver AGAIN tomorrow... (stupid windows).
of course i hope it will somewhen work with the latest driver. either intel fixes it, or adobe, lets see...