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I wouldn't even try to run this with a 1.8 ghz processor, Ludo. (Are you sure it's not a dual-core 1.8 ghz?)
Our recommended specs are at least twice Adobe's minimums.
This is exactly what my processor is:
Genuine Intel(R) CPU 2140 @ 1.60GHz 1.60GHz
That is letter for letter what my computer says I have
That must be a very old computer or a relatively old laptop, Ludo. In any event, you won't be able to run Premiere Elements on it. At least not without going crazy.
As I said in my post above, you need a computer running at least twice that fast to edit DV.
It's only one year old Desktop,
anyways thanks for your help :)
I'll see if I can get it upgraded.
Ludo, I would check your specs again. If your computer is only one year old, it's most likely a dual-core 1.6 ghz, so it might well be powerful enough for editing.
If your right-click on My Computer (or Computer, if you're using Vista) and select Properties, does it show you have a Pentium or an Intel Core Duo? And how much RAM do you have? And are you using Vista?
Here are some recommended specs for video editing
And here is a article on how to find your system specs :)