Hey Guys, first, thanks a lot for helping / or checking this out.
I have this problem since upgrading to Mavericks from Mountain Lion.
After upgrading I noticed there is a CUDA-Panel in my System prefs - which was new to me, having the classic onboard ATI Radeon of my MacPro.
Starting After Effects since then results in:
Last log message was: <140735271506704> <GPUManager> <2> Sniffer Result Code: 3
Generating crash log, which may take a few minutes.
then OSX tells me AE has stopped working.
AMD Radeon HD 6750M 512MB,
OSX 10.9.2 (13C64)
So it's the classic on Board graphics card and nothing NVIDIA/PC-fancy.
What I've done so far:
Installed newest CUDA-Version (even though, the system prefs plane tells me it needs an update, even when downloading the newest from NVIDIA)
Deinstalled and installed the whole CC-Suite, cleaned it, made a new admin-user, deinstalled again, installed on the news user (same problem), installed on the old one.
CUDA-drivers deinstalled from within the terminal (killing all relevant NVIDIA.kext and GeForce.bundle files), rebuild the extensions files with kext-utility.
Used disk-utility in the system and by rebooting with COMMAND+R, checked the volumen and the permissions, nothing Adobe relevant came back.
I'm kinda very stuck here...
Any help would be very welcome.
The problem is that you installed CUDA software on a computer that has no CUDA-capable hardware. Don't do that.
You must remove the CUDA framework from your computer. See the last part of this article:
And that has done the trick...
The simpelest solution...
Thanks a lot Todd!
Three guys at Adobe Support couldn't help.
I guess CUDA has migrated from an old Snow Leopard installation where I used it for Davinci.
Anyway, thanks a lot!