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"Windows XP 64"
These are almost mutually exclusive conditions. No way is Pr2 supported or even expected to run on XP64.
I'm sure there are some who have done it successfully, and maybe they will share their method here.
But I don't want you to get your hopes up. Your OS and your NLE make a bad combination.
I have had great success with Premiere CS3 and Vista 64 so presumably it would work well with XP 64. The upgrade to CS3 is well worth it in any case.
Recently upgraded to Intel Quad Core CPU running Win XP Pro x64 and Premiere CS3 successfully. Only thing that does not work for me is AME exporting to Windows Media, PPro CS3 crashes immediately. See http://www.adobeforums.com/webx?128@@.59b78646 post #13.
The Titler is also a bit fussy wrt "rogue" fonts, but do not believe this is a function of the OS.
Also, importing assets individually causes the computer to linger in the ether for an inordinate length of time before suddenly loading the file concerned. This does not happen if I import a folder, this loads the folder immediately, and all the contents are there.
Well i had Pro2 on XP64 working with some issues. On installing it threw away the dvd drives. But with some 'surgery' you can restore it. Best is still XP32.
Recently i had Pro2 running on Vista 64 with some minor issues, for a good workflow it can get a bit annoying.