The message about CUDA that you are seeing is unrelated to any crashing. It is just a notification that one particular feature (the obsolete ray-traced renderer) will run slowly because you don't have an NVIDIA card. You can tick the box to never see that message again.
Have you tried to install any CUDA drivers or framework? If so, that may be why you are having crashes. See here.
What, exact, version of After Effects are you using? What error messages do you get when it crashes? Try resetting your preferences (holding down ctrl+alt+shift on Windows while AE is starting).
I really appreciate your support and thanks for help ,
I'm using cc After Effect 2014
let me confirm about what u said as im facing this crash once i tried to add particular to any project so im not able to finish me projects ,
I didnot try to any install any CUDA to my lap top or a freamwork ,
Do u think that i can solve this problem with my existing device or should i change my lap top with another one with an NVIDIA card .
In case that i will , do i have to get specifec NVIDIA card or any one can working good ?
thanks for your support
I don't think your crashes have anything to do with the GPU. Particular doesn't render on the GPU. If you have issues every time you apply Particular, something is wrong with that plugin. I'd recommend uninstalling Particular, downloading the latest installer from Red Giant, and reinstall it.
Thanks for your support,I will check that .
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