Here is the Photoshop Error Message:
Here is the Illustrator Message:
And the After Effects Error Message:
I will call tech support when I have some time (hopefully I have the weekend off).
No one has any ideas? I have the 10.8.4 NVIDIA driver installee (the latest web driver won't boot) and the latest CUDA driver. I repaired Permissions, ran disk warrior and tech tool pro 6, and nothing changed. I have also logged out of cloud and back in, but that didn't help.
All of CS6 runs fine, but CC is DOA for me here.
I also tried removing the preference folder as per this thread, though with the 12.0 folder for After Effects, but it did not help. And my Firewall isn't even on to have blocked Dynamic link manager.
Well I called Adobe Tech Support. And they had me check the applications as root user and since they launched, it is not the applications and they won't help and recommend calling Apple.
Honestly I don't have the time right now to start a new user and re-install of my software from scratch, so if I want to use CC it seems I have to run it as a fresh user. What a pain! There is obviously something that is causing a conflict and I guess they won't help me find it.
I tried the last thing i could think of, reseting my home directory permissions and acl's using the restore partition and resetpassword command (it really s too easy to reset your password!). This was a pain as I had to swap out my video card to do it, but got it done this morning, and got Premiere Pro and Media Encoder to open. Was not able to. Get Premiere running with my video care yes as it seems there is a new CUDA driver and I did not have time.
Photoshop opened as well, though when i tried to import my old preferences i got the same error message as above, but it functioned afterwards.
Will keep testing tonight when i get home.
This seems to have fixed the issue, though I have still had a little weirdness, and AE won't see my Video Card, though CS6 works with it just fine!