Since updating to premiere 2022 all my entire videos now show green and purple when playing back. I suppose it has to do with system compatibility issue of the Intel video driver (630) not being supported. However this driver is already updated to the latest version that is suitable for my laptop, no further updates are possible. How to proceed?
You can't rely on Windows update to get you the latest video drivers. Sounds like you are using the built in Intel GPU (in your processor). Go to Intel and check for the latest video drivers. You would likewise do that with Nvidia or AMD gpus also.
Here's better Intel links: You can get any Intel driver you like.
And this is for the latest DCH /Graphics Drivers
Yes, I didn't use windows update. The Nvidia had to be updated too so I went to Nvidia and did that without problems. Same for Intel, but when I try to install the downloaded driver that Adobe recommends, it says it is not possible to instal this driver.
Same for Intel, but when I try to install the downloaded driver that Adobe recommends, it says it is not possible to instal this driver.
Please show link where is says recommended driver.
Please read the note under number 2.
Adobe recommends that the driver version should be 18.104.22.16876 or above.
Article is from August 2021 and many drivers have been launched since.
You always install the latest available driver.
The latest driver is again one I cannot get installed. It says 'your system has a driver that is set to specifications of the manufacturer.'
That sounds like a hardware issue? Can your card / system use the newest drivers? They stop all hardware at some point in time.
I mean my laptop is barely over 2 years old, that would be quite strange If I then already cannot use the latest premiere...
I don't know if it is. Did Ann's suggestion work? It's marked as correct. You can do some research and see if the card/laptop takes the latest drivers. Usually what happens is that at some point 'x' card will only take a driver up to .100.0, etc. Look around. I did a quick search and didn't find it. So, not sure where you are at. You can also remove a driver and reinstall a new one.
Google might help.