First, double check to mak


First, double check to make sure your not confusing k (kilobytes) with m (megabytes). If your computer really does have 540k (kilobytes) of RAM, nothing will work, even windows.

Secondly, I’m guessing that one of your files is either corrupt, or a compressed format. NEVER use JPEG, MPEG, MP3’s, or any other compressed formats. If your using an MP3, convert it to a wav. Premiere was not designed for compressed formats and often crashes when they get used. The pro series I believe addressed this issue.

Third, if you think it might be the preview renders that you made, explore your hard drive to the folder where your previews are stored, (typically the same folder as the project files) and delete them there.

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