Video tracks disappear

Video tracks disappear after leaving a sequence or after reopening a project in Premiere Pro CS6 (Windows7, 64bit). Cannot find them. Audio tracks are still there. Reinstalling doesn´t help. Anybody knows an answer?
I´m using a Toshiba Tecra W50-A104 Notebook.
Intel Core i7 4800MQ
NVIDIA Quadro K2100M 2048 MB
Thank you

Have not heared this for CS6 yet, anyway
Pull down the audio.

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