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What is the number/date of your nVidia driver?
If it's not the very latest, that would be where I would start - download and install.
Do not trust Windows to tell you if it's the latest. Go to the nVidia site, plug in your card and OS, and check the dates.
PS - you might also want to list your HDD's, in detail, in case the video driver does not fix things.
Thanks Bill for taking time to help me!
I downloaded their latest driver today, so it should be ok.
I will check the HDDs when I get back to the office.
It is one flash-disc (is it called that..?) and one "Normal" Samsung (I am out in a bit deep water here, not beeing an "inside-computer-expert"..)
I used to have PP on the flash-disc, where the OS is, and I reinstalled it there - no luck!
Then installed PP on the ordinary disc - same result...
About the HDD:
Corsair CSSD-F&=GB-2 SATA 2 60GB
SAMSUNG Spinpoint F3 HD103SJ 1 TB 7200 RPM 32 MB cache SATA 3.0 GB/s
The system says all audiodrivers are "up to date". I have apparently
nVidia High definition Audio
Realtek high definition audio
I have a motherboard Gigabyte X58-USB-3
I have not found were I can see which drivers it uses, but I have found the site were I can get new drivers (I don´t know if I dare, though... )
I would also stress, that as far as I know, the system worked when I tested it - could there have been updates for Windos that have caused the problem?
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I disabled the drivers for all audio, and then it worked. Enabling the drivers one by one made it clear that it was Realtek that caused the problem!
With that driver disabled, it all worked!
Except - of course - for the fact that I now have no audio...
Since I use PP for producing videos for teaching sign language, this might not feel lika a big problem (!) but it is... So I must try to get the sound back in my computer...
Unfortunately, those are Mac solutions--not gonna help a Windows user
You mentioned you've update the GPU drivers; have you done the same for the audio drivers? Installing drivers off a manufacturer's supplied CD is usually not a good idea, as they're often who-know-how-old.
You can get the latest Realtek drivers here: High Definition Audio Codecs (Software). Start there, and see how it goes.
> Unfortunately, those are Mac solutions--not gonna help a Windows user
Thank you Colin,
That final advice gave me PP back! Now everything is running smoothly, so - thanks to you: back to work!
All the best and happy Easter!
Glad to hear! I admit, it was a long shot, but I'm glad that did it. Happy editing