The odds are that when Premiere ran out of disk space during capture,
it was unable to complete writing the header information to the .avi file...
leaving the file unreadable, and useless.
There is nothing you can do with any Adobe product that I know of
I would use Google and search for "something like"
video file repair
avi file repair
what ever search term you think mind work better
Also... for future planning... AVI is about 13Gig per hour
AVI is about 13Gig per hour
Actually it's DV that's about that size. Other codecs will run at different sizes. For example captures from an AJA or BlackMagic card can run much higher.
One product that I have used, when there is a poorly formed AVI header is Digital Video Repair (cannot recall if it is freeware, or shareware), BUT it is likely that your file's header was NEVER written, so no amout of "repair" will succeed. Still, might be worth a try?
With many AVI's, the header often comes first, where with some other formats, like MPEG-2 and WMV, the header is the last part of the file. Could be that the header of the AVI is just incorrect, such as with the Duration. Only a test will determine if you can repair the file.