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Have you run checkdisk on your program file disk?
Have you run a memory check on your ram?
There doesn't appear to be any commonality between the two crash dumps, suggesting that it might not be software.
Thanks. I did run checkdisk, and it did not find anything. I hadn't thought to run a memory check, and will do so before my next bootup.
Another possibility is that I'm running the operating system (Windows 7 Enterprise) and the Production Premium suite from an SSD, a Crucial Real 120Gb device, and I've read that these can be problematic.
I ended up uninstalling Production Premium CS5.5, and all other Adobe products (Flash, Air, Story). I then ran the Creative Suite Cleaner Tool, and reinstalled the Production Premium Suite. Again, Premiere would not open, but this time, the offending module was nvoglv64.dll
I found discussion on that on the Photoshop forum, specifically 64 bit Photoshop, and the concensus was a bad NVIDIA driver (I use a GeForce 470 video card). I downloaded and installed the latest driver for my card from NVIDIA, and now Premiere is functioning again. Maybe this was the problem all along?
this time, the offending module was nvoglv64.dll
This module has shown up as faulting in PS, as well. In those cases, the updating of the nVidia driver fixed those too. Perhaps a bad .dll in that version of the driver?
Great news that it worked for you, and thanks for updating the thread with what worked for you.