I attempted this fix. I followed the steps and I have the same results. No change in the behavior of the program. It still crashes and gives the same two error codes.
I would like to thank you for the reply though.
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Check that you have updated QuickTime to 7.6.9. And disable your anti-virus before running PRE. Any improvement?
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That is very helpful. I already had a current version of QuickTime so I don't think that was the problem. Disabling my internet connection and disabling my anti virus program (Avast) improved the function of the program. I was able to use it for :30 without a breakdown. I will try it some more over the next few days and see if the improvement holds.
Of course it would be nice to be able to remain connected to my network as much of my media is on my home server. But I'll take what I can get at this point.
>media is on my home server
That may be your problem, since there have been MANY messages here and in the PPro forums that no flavor of Premiere works well with networked files
You need at least 2 physical hard drives (never a partition) either IN or directly connected TO your computer (eSata or Firewire 800, never USB) and your video files need to be on that "local" drive for editing
The issue seems to be a generic nVidia issue that many users have reported. And it just vanishes inexplicably.. Even without a driver upgrade!! There was one step that many tried in one of the forums that seemed to have worked. I am attaching a screenshot of the "Power Options" in Windows 7 and the setting that you have to change. Make this change and let us know if this is fruitful.
Turn Off "Link State Power Management" under "PCI Express" in Power Options. Look for a similar setting for PCI in your case.
A new graphics card (ATI) should definitely do the trick.
And if you are an avid gamer, you can turn off X-Fire (Instant Messaging) settings and that has done the trick for many others..