error - could not find capable video game modules

First Pro CS5 - does not start after you install the 5.03 update. New machine with only Adobe Master collection installed, iCore 7-980, 12 GB DDR3, 3 drives sata and Nvidia FX 3800. error - could not find capable video game modules

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    I have a MacBook Pro with NVIDIA GeForce GT 750 M 2048 MB retina end 2013.

    Since the update of the first CC 2014 on the launch, I get this error just after it shows the loading of "ExporterQuickTimeHost.bundle" (I tried to delete it, but he always did, so I don't think that it has nothing to do with the QuickTime plugin):

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    I never had it in the CC version. I have the latest version of the CUDA driver: version 6.0.46 & Driver GPU: 310.40.35f08 version 8.26.21

    The computer is unusable for about 4-5 minutes after it produces until it clears all the way to the top. This whole process takes up to 7-8 minutes!

    This same thing happens also with Prelude CC 2014.

    If anyone knows what's going on I would be very grateful.

    Thanks, Maz

    I found a solution that worked for me. Seems to be a permissions issue. Here is the solution I found (found here: CC 2014 startup problems: Adobe Premiere Pro):

    In the finder menu, click and hold down the menu REACH. That hold the option key and the library user will appear. Click on the user's library.

    In this folder, go to preferences and find the adobe folder.

    Right-click on the adobe folder and click get info.

    In the permissions section, & sharing, there are three names.

    Everyone should say read & write beside them.

    Open the lock, turn all to read and write.

    Then click on the little train directly under the names or to the left of the lock and the menu drop down click on 'apply to the included items.

    Then relock the lock.

    Now, go to your OS hard drive and click on users, your user name, Documents.

    Find the adobe folder there.

    Right-click on the adobe folder and click get info.

    In the permissions section, & sharing, there are three names.

    Everyone should say read & write beside them.

    Open the lock, turn all to read and write.

    Then click on the little train directly under the names or to the left of the lock and the menu drop down click on 'apply to the included items.

    The lock, the lock again.

    Wait a minute. Then launch first.

    This fixed it for me.

  • Premiere Pro could not find capable video game modules - SUDDENLY

    I've worked without a problem for a few weeks and then...

    My mouse and keyboard went strange so I did a reboot and then PP 2014 would not start with the error:

    Premiere Pro could not find capable video game modules

    I tried AE and it doesn't load or the other. I have still CS6 on my system and who does not. My Nvidia card is a Quadro FX 1800 (which it is not serve me too well right now, but that worked) - when I got the message I've updated the driver for Nvidia. I noticed another thread about the problems with graphics cards double and I was wondering if the 3D Nvidia drivers could ask questions.

    I have a HP Z600 20 gig Ram Nvidia Quadro FX 1800 W7 Ultimate ongoing updated...

    Wacom Intuos Pro Med

    Dual graphics cards comes into play AND if you have an NVidia card a chip on the motherboard

    A chat session where an agent can remotely look inside your computer can help

    Cloud creative support chat (all creative cloud customer service problems)

    http://helpx.Adobe.com/x-productkb/global/service-CCM.html

  • First Pro CC stalls on - ImporterQuickTime.prm - 'could not find capable video game modules.

    First Pro CC stalls on "ImporterQuickTime.prm", and then it crashes with a message error "Premiere Pro could not find capable video game modules. Please update your video display drivers and start over. "I have tried the solutions on the page support and several I found on the internet. I tried completely uninstalling Quicktime as well and it recharged. It still crashes. I have my original CS6 on my computer as well and it does not crash. All great ideas?

    Thank you

    Robert

    Thanks again John for help,.

    It turns out that the problem was (kinda sorta) display drivers. The index was the stall at ImporterQuickTime.prm followed by the error screen that refers to the inability to find a suitable driver. Many years ago I tested the JAWS software for I can have a better understanding of what vision hearing person with a disability during the analysis of a website accessible. I've never bothered to remove this software. When I checked my devices on Windows drivers, I discovered that I had a virtual mirror of Freedom Scientific (the creators of JAWS) driver. After you remove the software and driver, I was able to open the first Pro CC normally, even after repeated tests and restarting my computer. It worked perfectly every time.

    Regarding my previous success (and shortly after failure), I'm still distraught as to why it worked, even temporarily.

    It is a cause of the moat of the failure and the fix probably will not help everyone.

    Kind regards

    Robert

  • Premiere Pro CS6 could not find capable video game modules.

    Hello everyone. I just bought the Production Premium CS6 and when I try to start the first I get this error message: "Adobe Premiere Pro could not find capable video game modules. "Your video please put updated display drivers and try again." This message comes after she tries to load the file importerquicktime. I tried to uninstall the software and reinstall anything will do. In fact, now I get also three other error boxes that all say: ' LoadLibrary failed with error 126: the specified module could not be found. " I did an extensive search online over the past two days to try to solve my problem myself... but nothing, I tried worked. I even read through all the threads already posted on these forums. Does anyone have any suggestions? Before posting, here are the things I've already tried as well as some technical:

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    Mobile Intel HD Graphics (driver version: 8.830.6.2000)

    • I tried to uninstall the software.
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    BEST METHOD!

    I spent more than 24 hours to find a way to solve this problem. And that's...
    1. right click on desktop, and select switchable graphics properties.
    2. click on the Browse button and go to the folder of installation of Adobe premiere cs6
    3. Select cs6.exe first icon and click Open.
    4. set manually to high performance and click on apply.
    5. repeat the above instructions, once more and instead select premierecs6.exe, select GPUsniffer.exe, and click on open again.
    6 and set it to high performance and click on apply.
    7 enjoy CS6

  • First cc 2014 crash with the message "Adobe Premiere Pro could not find capable video game modules. Please update your video display drivers and start over. »

    I've updated for Premiere Pro CC 2014, all other Adobe CC 2014 software works very well, but the first does not load again. The start page (frame) happens - my computer everything slows down and after a minute or two, it freezes completely and comes up with the message: "Adobe Premiere Pro could not find capable video game modules. Please update your video display drivers and start over. »

    I use a macbook Pro 15 '' (2014) with 16 GB of RAM and 760 GB SSDS. "

    Help, please!

    Hi Brigitte,.

    Go to the following location and rename the folder in the name of old_folder

    User/user/library/Application Support and rename the Adobe folder

    User/Library/Preferences and rename the Adobe folder

    Then, go to the folder Documents and go to Adobe/Premiere pro/8.0 and rename the 8.0 folder

    Make sure that you are in the library of the user if you are not sure to check out the link below.

    Access the hidden user library files. Mac OS 10.7 and later versions

    Kind regards

    Vinay

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    I just bought a new laptop Toshiba Qosmio x 75 with a 770 M Intel HD 4600 Graphics and Nvidia graphics card.

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    • "User profile-name" in "Documents/Adobe/PremierPro/Profile' compensation

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    I could never open the application by modifying settings or deleting and then reinstalling the software until I went back to a past point since before the issue of restoration. It works and has a few weeks. I think that the problem results from the Intel graphics card driver update. I have 2 graphics cards.

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  • First pro could not find capable video game modules

    Hello

    so I have the creative cloud for about a month now and I started using pro first, because I like to make the video.

    A week ago, after making several videos, I was export video and all of a sudden my pc stops completely.

    When I restarded my pc, I have re open my project, tried... no luck, just before video export is done, it stops again.

    After that, stroke of hell down on my pc, first pro wouldn't even load program just said, no reaction, etc...

    After doing research on the internet, I had the first until she started loading. then it just stopped on 'exporterquicktimehost '.

    After some time the first gave an error that says "adobe premiere pro can not find capable video game modules, please update your video display drivers and start over.

    As I said, I studied a lot of things on the forums and tried all possible solutions, I found. no luck. I don't know what to do more and I need my first school emergency and custom help, I would be grateful for all the help!

    (additional information)

    Processor: AMD APU A10 - 6800K with Radeon HD (4CPUs), 4.1 GHz graphics card

    10 64-bit Windows

    I'm not hard with all these baths so that everyone can really help and want more made specifications me know

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  • Premiere Pro CC 2014 error 'first pro could not find capable video game modules.

    Hello, I'm having a problem with Premiere Pro CC 2014. Whenever I try to open it, it displays an error saying that "Premiere pro can't find capable video game modules". In the start screen, when it starts to load, it stucks at loading "ImporterQuickTime.prm", and then displays the error. I tried to reinstall the program, update the drivers for my graphics card, delete the Temp files, rename folders called Adobe to OldAdobe, by installing the latest version of Quick Time, and a lot more that I don't remember. Surprisingly, first works in my old PC and when I say old, is OLD, it has only 1 GB of RAM, and it still works there. The PC in which that I am trying to open it, is much better, has 4 GB of RAM and runs almost all of the games and programs like CC Flash and Photoshop CC. Please help me someone, any solution will be really appreciated. Thank you and sorry for my English .


    Data sheet:


    OPERATING SYSTEMMicrosoft Windows 7 Home Premium
    Version6.1.7601 service Pack 1 Compilacion 7601
    Labeltex OSMicrosoft Corporation
    Type of system64-bit operating system
    ProcessorAMD Athlon (TM) II X 2 logical processors , 2 main processors, 2800 Mhz, processor 2 240
    RAM4.00 GB


    Capture:

    PremiereError2.png

    Hello and sorry for my delay in answering.

    I could solve it, when I was trying to solve a problem I had with another program. I don't exactly know what it it solved, but if someone has the same problem, try to install .NET Framework and Visual C++ 2013 or something like that. Hope it helps and thank you all for helping me.

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  • Mac OSX, error starting with 2014 CC (CC works): could not find capable video game modules

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    My computers are:

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    Hi ufoclub,

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    Situation 2: Go > go to folder > ~/Library/Preferences/Adobe

    Location 3: Documents > Adobe

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    Thank you for your support!

    Hello

    Try this:

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    1 location: In the Finder, click go > go to folder > ~/Library/Application Support/Adobe

    Situation 2: Go > go to folder > ~/Library/Preferences/Adobe

    Location 3: Documents > Adobe

    Everywhere, rename the folders 'Adobe' to 'OldAdobe '.

    Launch the first, accept the license agreement and see if it works.

    Note: You will lose your customized workspaces and keyboard shortcuts.

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  • Premiere Pro could not find capable video game modules

    Hi all

    I use Adobe first Pro CC and have updated to the latest version and I get a "cannot find module of the video" well tried all the solutions proposed by Adobe: http://helpx.Adobe.com/Premiere-Pro/KB/error---preludevideo-play-modules.html

    Previous versions of Premiere Pro works perfectly, but when its updates, it just fails.

    My laptop has an i7-4700HQ processor and running a GeForce GTX850M GPU.

    I really need to get this race to the top as soon as possible because I have a presentation in 5 hours.

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    It turns out that it was a driver problem. Had to completely uninstall all my video drivers and do a fresh install. Just display for future reference.

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