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Premiere Elements 2024 Export crashes

Community Beginner ,
Mar 29, 2024 Mar 29, 2024

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With all kind of support i got with searching over time, I come to realise: issues maybe all similure, in that case the solution too.

 

Avast premium security or Creator genie (in bios). Which one or both was the issue?

 

The creator genie XMP for Ram is a big no no, for me at least, when it comes to video editing and around the field.

 

Avast is also a big no no, for me at least, when it comes... "there! the exporting is done..."

Continuing... Avast makes decision, yes for "blocking" malicious app or you know... what an anti-virus program do best.

But they put a big control on your system, like they admin their self as admin without asking you for being admin ;).

 

And two, is Creator Genie (in bios) but this time for the CPU. Good bye my darling!

 

Specs

RTX 4090

icore 7 13700kf

64 gb ram DDR4

m.2 as ssd

 

There is no way my components would be defect on this time, and i clean this baby every 6 months(in my judgement it's enough).

 

The issue was... export = crash

The result can be

Creator Genie (in bios) = enable

Or

Avast = prooteectiing 😉

 

(Edit below in half an hour. I will enable Creator Genie and do the exporting again)

 

 

 

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Community Beginner , Mar 29, 2024 Mar 29, 2024

This is the correct answer for the post.

 

Switching OFF Creator Genie and XMP Profile (cpu and ram) with or without Avast installed is correct and did not crash

 

Switching ON Creator Genie and XMP with or without Avast installed was the issue of multiple crashes.

 

Hope it could help.

 

 

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Community Beginner ,
Mar 29, 2024 Mar 29, 2024

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Creator Genie for CPU did not pass the test,

I will now re-install Avast Premium then do an export.

 

After all of it I will do a second export with Creator Genie for CPU disable and uninstalled Avast... to be suuure it wasn't a lucky chance

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It says it all...

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This is the correct answer for the post.

 

Switching OFF Creator Genie and XMP Profile (cpu and ram) with or without Avast installed is correct and did not crash

 

Switching ON Creator Genie and XMP with or without Avast installed was the issue of multiple crashes.

 

Hope it could help.

 

 

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