Adobe CC/ Premiere Pro/ After Effects Problemes

Discussion in 'Computer Software and Operating Systems' started by Bernhard, May 1, 2017.

  1. Bernhard
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    Bernhard BorderPsycho

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    Hey lovely Tempers!

    i ve gotten Adobe CC for 50$ for one year (college sale)and i ve installed it on my x99 build! The problem is, that some how the Programs dont work fluently... I do not know why but the Preview window in Adobe premiere pro and After effects is laggy as hell... but i ve a good gpu ( gtx 980ti) and a good cpu (i7 5930k) do you guys have any option what it would be? I cant work with those problemes... i cant :(

    i ve changed the SSD, i ve taken it from my mini itx to test if my premiere pro on my x99 was corrupt... and no it was not.
    now i get a boot failure every second start with my x99 and the SSD that was configured for it ( i get into post and after the Windows bootscreen appears (there are no circles like normal if u start the pc after post you can se some spots that are moving like a circle) ...the pc shuts down)... before i had changed it with the ssd from my mini itx build...every thing worked fine ( i ve done a bios reset ... but ya... didnt work) and if i use the SSD from my.mini itx in my X99 build... every post is passed and i can log in to my windows account.

    if any one has a solution for the Adobe problems that would be great.
    and if anyone has an idea what could cause the kernal power error while i use the ssd from the x99 build, that would also be great!
    thanks in advance!
     
  2. Marco_Buns

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    How much RAM do you have?
     
  3. Bernhard
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    i ve 32 gb of ram it should be more than enough... the pc s in my school are working like a charm compared with my x99 build .... it is really strange
     
  4. tech3475

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    Try running the crash dump through windbg, could help isolate the issue.

    Is you GPU driver up to date?
     
  5. Bernhard
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    my system is finaly stable i think ... so no crashtest needed!


    i ve updated every driver :/
     
  6. tech3475

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    Have you tried it with and without gpu acceleration?
     
  7. Bernhard
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    you cant run the x99 without the gpu! i ve tested it with another gpu ... the same thing as with my standard gpu!
     
  8. tech3475

    tech3475 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I meant disable any GPU acceleration within Adobe.
     
  9. Bernhard
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    gpu hmm i ve to try it