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27.20.100.8587 Driver Problems with Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2020

I have a Dell XPS 8930 with an Intel UHD Graphics 630 GPU and an nVidia GTX 1080 installed.  I don't have anything connected to the Intel GPU.

I do video editing with Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2020.  GPUs are used for video rendering to take the load off the CPU.

All was working well until this new Intel driver installed last night.  Now neither GPU are used during video rendering causing the CPU to run at 100%.  Downgrading to version 27.20.100.8476 fixed the problem.

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Hello DCSmith,

Thank you for posting on the Intel® communities.  


To better assist you please provide the following information:


  • How was the update of the graphics driver performed, Did you use the Intel® Driver & Support Assistant?  
  • What is your operating system version?
  • Is any other software experiencing issue with that driver? Besides Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2020?.
  • I understand that when the driver version: 27.20.100.8476 the software is working fine, correct?
  • Have you tried the drivers by the computer manufacturer? If so, what versions have you tested?

Esteban D. 

Intel Technical Support Technician  


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1. Intel Driver & Support Assistant was used.

2. Windows 10 Pro - fully updated.

3. No.

4. Yes.

5. No.  It made more sense to backdate the offending driver.

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Hello DCSmith,


Thank you for your response and the additional information provided.


If your computer is working fine with the version the previous version, correct, the best step to do here would be to keep using that version.


When talking about OEM devices and the Intel® Driver & Support Assistant, we need to take in consideration that the drivers provided by the tool are generic drivers.  


The purpose of the tool is to detect the components in the computer and show the available updates for it , however, we need to consider that if an OEM device is used, the IDSA might update some drivers that might not be fully validated or compatible with the device.


I consider that this behavior could be due to the load of a non-customized driver.

This is because system manufacturers regularly customize Intel generic drivers to meet the needs of their specific system design. 


As previously stated, my recommendation would be to keep working with the driver that is not causing this behavior; also I would like to share with you the following website.


Where you can download customized drivers that are fully validated for your device.


Esteban D. 

Intel Technical Support Technician


Links to third-party sites and references to third-party trademarks are provided for convenience and illustrative purposes only. Unless explicitly stated, Intel® is not responsible for the contents of such links, and no third-party endorsement of Intel or any of its products is implied. 


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The "normal" operation during playing or rendering a video in Premiere Pro CC 2020 uses BOTH the Intel & nVidia GPUs.  However, with the latest Intel driver, NEITHER GPU was utilized.

 

I will stay on the current Intel Driver until you guys get it fixed.  You broke it!

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Hello DCSmith,


Thank you for your response.

First of all, In order to update your computer you should be using a utility/tool provided by your computer manufacturer.


As previously stated the Intel® Driver & Support Assistant provides generic drivers only, so the load of a non-customized driver in your computer is not recommended as this may cause unforeseen issues in a OEM device.  


My recommendation would be that you need to check with your computer manufacturer for driver compatibility and supported software.


In the meantime, keep using the working driver and if you have more concerns about the correct drivers for your computer please check the article Where to obtain Intel HD Graphics Driver for an OEM Product.


If you need any additional information, please submit a new question 

as this thread will no longer being monitored .


Esteban D. 

Intel Technical Support Technician


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This is a Dell Computer.  Dell provided the "Intel Driver & Support Assistant" in their standard build.  I certainly didn't go looking for it.

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You know, dell has their own driver support tool.  Are you certain that you are using the intel tool, or the dell tool?

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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Yes, I know.  It is the "Dell Update".  However, my PC has both the "Dell Update" and FOUR Intel Panels.  See attached.

The video driver was PUSHED.  I did not go look for it.

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IDSA does not "push" drivers.  Microsoft, however, does.  As for the Dell update tool, I am unfamiliar with their process.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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I'm telling you, the Intel tool must periodically check for new Intel drivers and "wake-up" if a new one is found.  It was the Intel app that alerted me to a new video driver.

In any case the new driver broke something in my Premiere Pro processing that disabled the program from using either GPU for rendering.  Manually installing the previous driver fixed the problem.

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The IDSA constantly checks for new drivers, but it does not install them.  You must initiate the install.

Were I you, to resolve this problem, I would uninstall IDSA and use only the dell tool.

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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SMH.

I ALLOWED the Intel too to install the new driver.  I have ALLOWED it to install new drivers for almost two years now without a problem.  It's not the tool that's the problem.  It's the DRIVER!

 

DROP IT!

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I am trying to help you.  Just how do you allow IDSA to install drivers - with your intevention, or automatically?  If automatically, how did you do that?

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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