Did you install a cuda driver? If so remove it.
I think my GPU is not compatible with CUDA.
AE is not possible to run the other way?
If you installed the cuda driver on a system that does not have a Nvidia card AE will not run. AE should run just fine on your system. It runs on my iMac and on my Mac Mini, and my daughters MacBookPro - just like yours, and on my MacBook Pro Retina. Only the MBP retina has the cuda driver installed.
As Rick says, you need to make sure CUDA isn't installed. People with this error popped up on these forums all the time when they would accidentally install a CUDA driver (migrating systems/upgrading, etc.)
Thanks for the help.
Actually sometime installed cuda driver by mistake.
Excludes CUDA.framework file and am now able to run AE perfectly.
thank you friends
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Certain programs, like BlackMagic Resolve install a CUDA driver no matter the platform. If you have installed that program, that may explain how you got CUDA.
It was just that, installed Resolves recently.
But now I can already run After Effects without problems.