I recently tried to open my Adobe Premiere or any other video editing programme by Adobe and it does not start. Instead I only get the error message "Adobe Premiere Pro could not find any capable video play modules. Please update your video drivers and start again."
I have a Desktop PC Win10 Gigabyte motherboard with Intel i7 7700K and Gigabyte Nvidia 1050Ti Video adapter. I have updated the NVidia drivers - does not help. I tried disabling the internal CPU graphics chip but that does not help either. I uninstalled K-Lite mega codec pack, ffdshow, Divex codecs - nothing changed.
Apart from that Adobe Audition gives me an error (0xc000007b) The application was unable to start correctly."
I reinstalled all the C++ redistributable packages from 2012 to 2017 - that didn't help either.
Can anybody suggest how to cope with this situation?
on Oct 16, 2017 at 11:30:35 pm Last Edited By Dave LaRonde on Oct 17, 2017 at 12:11:17 am
[Ivan Yanakiev]" I uninstalled K-Lite mega codec pack, ffdshow, Divex codecs - nothing changed."
The K-Lite codec pack has given Adobe users many problems over the years. It is especially nasty because it can't be totally eliminated by a simple uninstall.
Unless someone has a better idea, I'm afraid you will have to do a complete system re-install -- the operating system and the Adobe applications. Before re-installing Adobe, I also recommend that you uninstall them, then run the Adobe Cleaner application. You should be able to locate it through a google.
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