PD9 is not anything like Windows Movie Maker or Windows DVD Maker. It uses and needs far more resources that those two ever thought about.
You are not fully updated...
I know yo do not want to hear this but there are several problems with your computer... your Dxdiag does not give make or model but I am assuming it is a laptop.
Either I missed it or you do not have Quicktime installed, which PD9 must have.
1. You need to max out your RAM on a 64 bit system.
Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU T2390 @ 1.86GHz (2 CPUs), ~1.9GHz
Memory: 3072MB RAM
3 gig of memory on a 64 bit system is like 1.5 gig RAM on a a 32 bit system which your computer also shares with your VIDEO memory.
2. Your integrated video card dedicated memory "0", it uses SHARED memory from your RAM and only has 358 meg available. Because your System RAM is only 3 gig. Your video drivers are 2009 vintage. There are new video drivers for your video.
Another reason to MAX your RAM....
3. The last and most sever problem... your C hard drive... no space left... 4.1 gig is the same as none.... same thing for your D drive.
Free Space: 4.1 GB
Total Space: 95.0 GB
File System: NTFS
Model: Hitachi HTS542520K9SA00
You are going to need more space to do any serious video rendering with PD9 than your hard drive has in total space. You wont be able to do anything with only 4 gig free space....
You can increase your shared video issue by installing the maximum amount of RAM you computer can use. 6,8, or 12 gig.
I would not even consider running PD9 without at least a 240 gig or more hard drive.
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When you are asked to provide a DXDIAG you go the following link and do part "B". Your posted specs are NOT what we are looking for as they tell us nothing. The specs on the box of your computer mean nothing. The DXDIAG shows us how your computer is configured as it runs.