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Adobe Premiere says I My GeForce 1650 has an usupported driver

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Oct 16, 2020

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I just had a new PC built this week. It cost me a lot of money and now Adobe premiere is telling me that

I am having system compatibility issues with my GeForce 1650 graphics card. I created a system backup drive reluctantly but before I make this move I want to know what is going on here. I checked and this computer has and the graphic card has the latest driver. Why does Adobe premiere want me to rollback to an earlier version. the last thing I need and the last thing I want is any problems with this computer. it is primarily for audio recording and I finally got everything working perfectly in that regard. After creating a boot drive (as recommended by Adobe) I clicked "Fix" and of course rather than take over from there Adobe just gives me a slew of directions and warnings on how to do this manually. I can't follow the prcedure at all. I went through the steps 2 install the driver but I'm getting lost and I cannot find some of the info that it requires. is there a video out there with the step by step no brainer procedure. because I'm quite annoyed but I'm getting the same error I got with my last computer after spending $1,500 bucks on this one.  and I'm quite annoyed.

 

I am running Windows 10 with 32 gigs of ram and an 8 core Intel processor and as recommended by Adobe premiere I'm using the GeForce 1650 graphics card. 

Please help!

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Gerry C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Adobe Premiere says I My GeForce 1650 has an usupported driver

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Oct 16, 2020

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I just had a new PC built this week. It cost me a lot of money and now Adobe premiere is telling me that

I am having system compatibility issues with my GeForce 1650 graphics card. I created a system backup drive reluctantly but before I make this move I want to know what is going on here. I checked and this computer has and the graphic card has the latest driver. Why does Adobe premiere want me to rollback to an earlier version. the last thing I need and the last thing I want is any problems with this computer. it is primarily for audio recording and I finally got everything working perfectly in that regard. After creating a boot drive (as recommended by Adobe) I clicked "Fix" and of course rather than take over from there Adobe just gives me a slew of directions and warnings on how to do this manually. I can't follow the prcedure at all. I went through the steps 2 install the driver but I'm getting lost and I cannot find some of the info that it requires. is there a video out there with the step by step no brainer procedure. because I'm quite annoyed but I'm getting the same error I got with my last computer after spending $1,500 bucks on this one.  and I'm quite annoyed.

 

I am running Windows 10 with 32 gigs of ram and an 8 core Intel processor and as recommended by Adobe premiere I'm using the GeForce 1650 graphics card. 

Please help!

Thank You

Gerry C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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