3 Replies Latest reply on Apr 28, 2010 9:22 AM by Harm Millaard

    Problem with Dynamic Link

    Macadameane

      I originally had premiere pro cs4 and later for production premium.  When trying to replace with After Effects Comp, I get the error message, "Adobe Dynamic Link requires Production Premium"

       

      I contacted customer service and they pointed me to a thread here that discussed the clean script.  So, I uninstalled production premium (I had uninstalled premiere pro before ever installing production premium) and ran the clean scipt database utility.  After choosing the language and agreeing to the terms, it says that no entries are found, so nothing happens.  Is this a Windows 7 issue?  I assume its trying to wipe the registry.

       

      Help would be appreciated.  I'm getting a CS5 upgrade soon, but hopefully I can fix this issue before this happens.

       

      Thanks.