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Try turning off Hardware acceleration. I have this issue to.
Forgot to mention. Tried this already with CS4 & CS5, but not with 5.5 though. Will try. :) Oh yeah, and my GPU is GTX285, not 280.
The only thing I can find in common with these projects
One thing in common you overlooked is the computer. This kind of freezing isn't right. If all else fails, it may be time to wipe the hard dives and install everything from scratch (taking care to install only what you need on a production machine, and using a second computer for everything else).
Sorry, already tried that. And it isn't hardware-related. This computer has been updated a component at a time (Not for this reason though... ). The only thing that is the same as before is the chassis. The only thing that comes to mind regarding hardware, is that some component isn't just compatible with Pr. But that's highly unlikely, I think.
If all drivers have been updated (note: the drivers that come with a new component are probably 6 - 12 mos. out of date), then it might be time to look at the system.
The only thing that comes to mind regarding hardware, is that some component isn't just compatible with Pr. But that's highly unlikely, I think.
That may be, but also may not be the case.
If you will list the specs. of the computer, people can review that, and make comments - just in case.
OK. Next thing to ask, what programs do you have installed? Post a screen shot of the Control Panel's Remove Programs list. Let's see if something you have installed might be interfering with Adobe software.
Whoa. I disabled the hardware acceleration, and this project rendered fine! Great.
Not sure if this helps in the future though, because this trick didn't work in CS4 or 5.
Just as I mentioned, I have a GTX285 as well.
Glad to hear things are ok.
Unforunately this issue rears it's ugly head in the most intermittent way.
I practically turn off Hardware Accel. everytime I have to render out.