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Since PrEl 4 is now as old as the dinosaurs, in computer terms, you will most likely need to go back to WinXp
If you simply have to have Vista for some other reason, consider a dual-boot system
I dual boot with Win2000 (to run Premiere 6 and Dv500 card) and WinXp for everything else
Thanks John- I think I will go to XP just so I dont have to deal with new Adobe crashes on newer verions..... why create more frustration....
Cannot comment on PrE 4 and any flavor of Vista, but it is rock solid on my XP-Pro laptop. Now, that laptop is stout beast, but that should not really be an issue.
If you still have issues, once you're on XP, please post again. In that post, please give us as much info, as is possible. This ARTICLE will give you some idea of the info, that would be very useful.
As you point out, PrE 4 is not supported by Adobe T/S. Now, that might be a good thing, as I feel that many more issues are solved in this forum, than were ever resolved by Adobe T/S, where there seems to be one script, "uninstall/reinstall," repeated ad infinitum.