Can't Run Adobe Premiere Pro on Nvidia GT730

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I just want to kknow that I have a HP Z400 Workstation with Nvidia Gforce GT730. everytime when I start Adobe premiere proIt shows system compatibility errror. so when I tried to find updated driver on Nvidia website I can't find any compatible updated driver for Window 10 64-bit.

Please advise how can I resolve this error.

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LEGEND , Feb 14, 2021
RjL190365 LEGEND , Feb 14, 2021
I am sorry to tell you this, but that particular version of the GT 730 is now completely obsolete. That particular GT 730 is actually a re-branded GT 430, which was first shipped in 2010. As such, that GPU is now more than 10 years old. In addition, Nvidia had discontinued all support for Fermi-generation GPUs (and that includes your particular GT 730), outside of archived drivers, way back in 2018. The very last driver that was released for that GPU was 391.35, which dated at the end of March 2...

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 14, 2021
Ann Bens Adobe Community Professional , Feb 14, 2021
It is what it is. Card (driver) is too old for the new Premiere. Driver version needs to higher than 430.xx.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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It is what it is. Card (driver) is too old for the new Premiere.

Driver version needs to higher than 430.xx.

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I am sorry to tell you this, but that particular version of the GT 730 is now completely obsolete. That particular GT 730 is actually a re-branded GT 430, which was first shipped in 2010. As such, that GPU is now more than 10 years old.

 

In addition, Nvidia had discontinued all support for Fermi-generation GPUs (and that includes your particular GT 730), outside of archived drivers, way back in 2018. The very last driver that was released for that GPU was 391.35, which dated at the end of March 2018.

 

Premiere Pro 14.4 and higher now requires a driver version dated later than August 2020 in order to work properly or at all.

 

And due to Adobe's version availability policy that went into effect on May 8, 2019, only the last two major versions are now available at all. Unfortunately, the last version that was compatible with Fermi GPUs, CC 2018 (version 12.x), falls outside of the official availability range. Currently, version 13.1.5 is the oldest version that is still available. But when version 15.0 is released (which is expected very shortly), versions earlier than the current 14.9 release will no longer be available anymore.

 

As a result of all that, you should buy yourself a new graphics card in order to continue using Premiere Pro. But in the short term, please set the Project settings to disable the MPE CUDA hardware renderer (that means setting the renderer to the "Mercury Playback Engine Software Only" mode every time you start a new project or open an existing project) until you get a new GPU. You must do this manually; otherwise, the renderer will default to the "Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration (CUDA)" mode whenever Premiere Pro is started. Also, you should disable NVDEC hardware decoding and NVENC hardware encoding in the media preferences, as Fermi GPUs have no NVDEC decoder or NVENC encoder at all.

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Thank you for detailed answer

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