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Have you registered your product? That's very important in order to make sure all of its components work.
I assume you're on a Windows machine -- but are you by any chance on Windows 7 64-bit? That operating system has been known to have problems with Premiere Elements. (The 32-bit version should work fine.)
Finally, is it possible you have Adobe professional software (CS4 or CS5) installed on your computer? There have also bee known conflicts between the Organizer the the CS4/CS5 Bridge program.
Sorry, I forgot to mention my system. I'm running Windows XP SP 3 32 bit on a Dual Core Intel PC.
I don't have other Photoshop programs except PSE 9 on my PC, and the usual Adobe products like Reader 9, Flash, Shockwave. I have howeber still three older versions of PSE on my system (4,7 and 8). Do you think that this might cause trouble?
I have registered PSE 9 immediately after installation, but don't know how to register Premiere Elements when it doesn't start.
Meanwhile I installed the latest Windows updates, even the non important ones, as mentioned in another thread
Thanks for your help so far, Steve.
Still no luck, not even with the License repair tool. Maybe I'll try to deinstall and reinstall the complete package including PSE tonight and hope that I'm not going to loose my serial numbers. While I can deactivate PSE, I can't deactivate Premiere, cause it doesn't start. I think however that chances to keep the serials are quite good because Premiere is most likely not yet registered, for it didn't run once so far.
I even used Secunia PSI to update outdated prrograms.
Seems to be a problem with the organizer. The PSE editor works flawlessly, but if I open the organizer from the PSE startup screen the same "dynamic link manager" error message appears. I can use the organizer however if I open it from PSE, but if I try to open it from the Premiere startup window, it won't load.