Nobody can tell you anything without proper system info or other technical details such as version of AE, driver versions and so on.
As Mylenium says, we need details, mostly important being exact operating system version number.
Im sorry Mylenium. I was in a panicking rush.
My PC SPECS:
- CPU: Intel core i7 6400k
- RAM: 32GB (4x 8GB DDR 4 Kingston Hyper X)
- Motherboard: msi Z170A Gaming M7
- Power supply: Corsair CX850M (850 Watts of power)
- Operating system: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bits.
- Graphics card: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Classified edition.
- After effects CC 2014.1
Now i used to own a GTX 750 Ti but that's when i learned of supported graphics card for raytracing. I Don't use raytracing but I DO use Element 3D V2.2 for work.
If i install the CUDA Drivers from nvidia, After effects work. But element 3D requires the latest GPU drivers which cause the After effects to crash by the GPUsniffer.exe error.
now if the problem was because I own a GTX 780 Ti, and the "Ti" is whats causing the problem, I'm going to lose it. Because i spent a lot on that graphics card and I've seen people use it with elements 3D. Please tell me theres a way to fix this.
now if the problem was because I own a GTX 780 Ti, and the "Ti" is whats causing the problem,
The "Ti" just means the card was overclocked and can be reset to not being overclocked.
Have you installed Windows 7 Service Pack 1?
no i Haven't Is it Mandatory?
That's why you're experiencing the crash.
I will install Service pack 1 and reply with results
It was a success. Thank you so very much. All I needed was to install Service pack 1. Thank you again so much.
another question out of curiosity, would this have worked with a GTX 750 Ti?