The error message says:
"After Effects error: After Effects crashed previously attempting to initialize OpenGL. Consult the manufacturer of your graphics card for a compatible OpenGL driver."
I've used After Effects many times before on this PC before this error started happening. I don't see why this would happen now.
Perhaps something updated that messed up After Effects.
What exact version of CS6 do you have? (Is it version 11.0.4?) What OS are you using? What GPU do you have? What driver version are you running?
The version is: 22.214.171.1248. I'm running it on Windows 10.
Now I have a temporary fix..
My GPU is Nvidia 630M. I went into the Nvidia control panel and reset it to default. So now After effects is using the integrated graphics and it's working. But wouldn't it make sense that I use my Nvidia graphics card because it's better? I'm really not sure which drivers I'm using, I don't know much about that. I'm surprised I even found out where to reset the Nvidia controls.
The version is: 126.96.36.1998.
You are missing four bug fix updates. CS6's latest version is 11.0.4
But wouldn't it make sense that I use my Nvidia graphics card because it's better?
After Effects doesn't use the GPU for very much other than the ray-traced renderer (which is only a way to create 3d geometry in AE). I've never used the ray-traced renderer on an actual project. There are much better tools out there for that. Anyway, here's how AE uses the GPU: GPU (CUDA, OpenGL) features in After Effects CS6 and After Effects CC