I was able to build a profile on Windows 10 without crashing.
Have you ever successfully created a profile on this machine?
Does the machine have sufficient RAM and free disk space?
How many calibration images are you using?
Is it possible to post some screen captures of the options you have set on the Calibration and Advanced tabs?
How many images are you using for the profile?
Does your copy of the lens have a chip interface with the camera, or is it completely manual/non-CPU?
I used 9 images, center and in the corners.
It is a Bower 14mm F2.8 (same as Rokinon/Samyang) It is a manual lens with Chip.
BTW my friend on his machine with Windows 10 managed to build a profile using Windows 10.
Some things to try.
1. Uncheck the image with the warning (triangle) icon.
2. On the Calibration tab, uncheck Chromatic Aberration Model
3. On the Advanced tab, confirm or set Rectilinear Lens Model to Three-Parameter Radial Distortion
4. On the Advanced tab, confirm or set Principal Point to Best Estimate
For item #1, you may want to reshoot/replace this image. It's possible the grid detection is failing due to inadequate image exposure or sharpness.
For item #2, chromatic aberration correction is now handled via Remove Chromatic Aberration on the Color tab in lens corrections. The CA data in the profile you are generating will be ignored.