I've never seen this problem. The first thing I would try is uninstalling both plugins then re installing them one at a time. Let us know if that helps.
More info about your system and what plug-ins you are actually using. This info popped up immediately when I typed it into Google and further investigation suggests that you are simply running on a system with an unsupported processor (Celeron, various AMD processors). Setting the variable is described in the KB article might help...
Rick - I've already tryed uninstall the plugins, even after effects, but without success.. anyway, thank you very much for your help.
I'm very, very gratefull to you! It really solved my problem! I don't understand why i was having this problem, since i'm running the softwares in a windows xp machine, with intel processors..i think it should be no problems..
The link you told me simply resolved the problem, i just had to create a new environment variable to force the program to continue.
One more time, thank you two very much, sorry for the "spamming", but i was reeally desperating. I search all over the web, less in adobe site (duh).