As I open After Effects, the purple loading screen appears and it appears to be loading. As it starts to say 'Cleaning Up', a warning message appears. It says: "After Effects Warning: Invalid type conversion". After this pop-up disappears, another comes up saying: "After Effects error: Crash in progress. Last logged message was: <3256> <ae.blitpipe> <2> Making New Context". It then asks me to go to Adobe help. I don't know why it keeps crashing. Help please! (THIS IS ON A WINDOWS 7 PC, RUNNING AN INTEL i7 PROCESSOR, ADOBE AFTER EFFECTS v.12.2.1)
Is this a first install? I'd look first for a corrupted font.
In addition to potential font issues, make sure your graphics driver is up to speed and you are not using odd color profiles. Crooked monitor profiles have made many Adobe apps crash...