I'm using Adobe Premiere Pro CC (Version: 14.0.0 [Build 572]) and i have installed GeForce 210 driver aswell. I'm using the latest driver released by Nvidia.
The problem doesn't work in Photoshop. But it works on Premiere Pro, After Effects softwares..
May i know the root of this issue?
I'm very sorry to say this, but that GPU is now completely obsolete. NVIDIA had EOL'd that GPU and all other Tesla-architecture (1st-Generation CUDA) GPUs way back in 2015, with the last driver release dating all the way back to December 2016. However, Premiere Pro 2020 now REQUIRES a driver version released from mid-2019 onwards just to even be supported. That later driver release is COMPLETELY incompatible with GPU hardware released prior to 2012.
In addition, that GeForce 210 is a total waste of money, even when it was new: It has only 16 CUDA cores, and a memory throughput of only 12 GB/s. That's slower than even most systems' main RAM!
would this be my problem trying to use NVIDIA NVS 310 ?
I've updated and clean installed, etc still unsupported
Yes, it would still be. Fermi driver support had already ended way back in 2018.
what GPU upgrade would you recommend for a machine with Intel XEON E5 1603 v3 2.8ghz?
That CPU is only a 4-core/4-thread CPU with no Turbo boost and a clock speed of a measly (these days) 2.8 GHz. As such, you're stuck in no-man's land with regards to the CPU to GPU performance balance. If you want to remain in the Quadro camp, try to find a Quadro P1000 for that system. If you're willing to go GeForce (consumer), on the other hand, maybe the GTX 1650 SUPER. Anything cheaper gets you either too little VRAM or an outdated GPU architecture, while anything higher than the models that I mentioned are seriously overkill for that CPU.
I have an intel® HD Graphics 4000 an I am trying to work adobe premier pro and it gives me the error message saying unsupported video driver. Is there a workaround for this I downloaded the latest driver. If there isnt a workaround for this and I continue using adobe premier pro what sort of issues will I encounter if im making just basic videos?
No workaround whatsoever. You will have to force MPE software-only mode on each and every project (you must do this every time you start or open a project; otherwise, the renderer may default to the OpenCL mode). You will also have to disable hardware encoding and decoding in the preferences.
This is because Intel had already ended all mainstream support for the IGPs of all of its CPUs up to and including the 5th-Gen (Broadwell). Yours is of only the 3rd-Gen (Ivy Bridge) generation, which is now well over eight years old at this point. Since 2018, the only "newer" driver versions have been merely security fixes for a driver version that dated back to 2016.
By the way, do not multiple post the exact same request. That's just poor forum etiquette. The only reason for multiple-posting the same thing is to respond to multiple posters who request help for something very similar.
Premiere now requires CUDA version 9.2 support.
I suggest you pick up an RTX 2060 or 2060 Super on Cyber Monday and give the old GeForce 210 a retirement.