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No sound after windows 10 update on premiere elements

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May 21, 2017

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Updated windows 10, and now no sound on premiere elements editor. Still hear sound with any other sound program (napster, etc.) AND still hear sound on opening clip on Organizer.

Have checked preferences>audio hardware a zillion times. Only shows appropriate speakers. I even switched to bluetooth speaker and won't work.

Uninstalled premiere elements and reinstalled to no avail.

help!

(have seen other posts but they did not include all the attempts I describe above. one says fixed after sound card replaced... but with other programs on computer working, I hope I don't have to do that.

thanks

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finally resorted to adobe chat. and they were great. here is the fix:

Please Close the program first.

Click on WINDOWS icon on the bottom left corner & Type %appdata% in the search bar.

Go to the folder Adobe>Premiere Elements & rename the 15.0 folder to 15.0.old .

Relaunch the program & see if that resolves your issue

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No sound after windows 10 update on premiere elements

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May 21, 2017

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Updated windows 10, and now no sound on premiere elements editor. Still hear sound with any other sound program (napster, etc.) AND still hear sound on opening clip on Organizer.

Have checked preferences>audio hardware a zillion times. Only shows appropriate speakers. I even switched to bluetooth speaker and won't work.

Uninstalled premiere elements and reinstalled to no avail.

help!

(have seen other posts but they did not include all the attempts I describe above. one says fixed after sound card replaced... but with other programs on computer working, I hope I don't have to do that.

thanks

Correct answer by Pepe2534 | Community Beginner

finally resorted to adobe chat. and they were great. here is the fix:

Please Close the program first.

Click on WINDOWS icon on the bottom left corner & Type %appdata% in the search bar.

Go to the folder Adobe>Premiere Elements & rename the 15.0 folder to 15.0.old .

Relaunch the program & see if that resolves your issue

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finally resorted to adobe chat. and they were great. here is the fix:

Please Close the program first.

Click on WINDOWS icon on the bottom left corner & Type %appdata% in the search bar.

Go to the folder Adobe>Premiere Elements & rename the 15.0 folder to 15.0.old .

Relaunch the program & see if that resolves your issue

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I just had the same experience since the last Windows 10 update. The fix (above) works. THANK YOU!

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