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I would be willing to be that you don't have a dedicated GPU in that MacBook Pro.
Or, if it does have a real GPU, that it's not switched on. MacBook Pros that have dedicated GPU's can switch between the good card and a much less power-hungry fake GPU. You must go into your display settings and make the dedicated GPU always-on or only use E3D when you have the laptop plugged in (or have otherwise filled the criteria for the MacBook to switch to the more powerful GPU).
Short version: E3D requires a dedicated GPU.
Thanks, Looks I'll never run it well,
It's macbook pro mid-2012 13 inch. with Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB
Yeah, if that's what you have, you can't use Element. (Don't forget to mark the "correct answer" to close out the thread and so others in in the future can find the answer more quickly.)
I Found a Solution!
I Downgraded my E3D From V2.2 to 1.6, And Yes, Worked!.