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Premiere Elements 2018 not working after Windows 10 update

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May 21, 2018

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After latest Windows 10 update I can only open elements and load clip into time line. I can't play or edit it. Can't do anything. Have re installed program but still the same. Can anyone help me please 

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Premiere Elements 2018 not working after Windows 10 update

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After latest Windows 10 update I can only open elements and load clip into time line. I can't play or edit it. Can't do anything. Have re installed program but still the same. Can anyone help me please 

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Moved to the Premiere Elements forum.

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Try updating or rolling back your graphics driver directly from the video card manufacturer’s site.

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Same issue here, Adobe support just referred me to non relevant advice pages. Very frustrating.

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The latest Windows update has created dozens of complaints not only the Photoshop Elements forum but also for Photoshop and in the feedback forum.

Many different symptoms and error messages, but all linked to the amount of RAM. Not all users have the problem.
The common workaround is to edit the Windows registry.

Error: An integer between 50 and 8 is required | Elements | Windows 10

I would be surprised if that Windows upgrade issue does not exist with Premiere Elements too.

In that case, editing the registry would be the solution.

Have a look at the recent posts about the issue in the Photoshop Elements forum.

In the feedback forum:

Photoshop CC 2018: An integer between 96 and 8 is required. Closest value inserted. "Could not compl...

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Changing the Registry does not help in this case. Anybody found a solution for this problem in Premiere Elements yet?

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dagmarh96925692  wrote

Changing the Registry does not help in this case. Anybody found a solution for this problem in Premiere Elements yet?

To be sure the registry edit is effective and has been correctly made, use the menu Help >> System Information.

The line for "available for Premiere Elements" should have been increased according to the decimal value you have given. If it is not, the edit was not done correctly.

If the value has been increased, then that means that the registry update is probably not the culprit.

Here is a screenshot for my Photoshop Elements;  I don't have  Premiere installed.

Registry-1.jpg

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