What is your OS? What about your hardware? If you do not have an NVIDIA card you should not install Cuda Drivers. If you do have an NVIDIA card and you are running High Sierra then it's a real pain to get all of the correct drivers installed. We need a lot more details if we are going to be of much help. I'm running CC 2018 with no significant problems on 4 different Mac's. Only one of them has an NVIDIA card.
Hi Rick it's the general info about my computer:
OS is Sierra,
processor 3.5 GHz Intel Core 15
Memory 8 GB 2400 MHz DDR4
Graphics Radeon Pro 575 4096 MB
just purchased the iMac this week. Looked up NVIDIA card online for my computer's specs and there is no mention of NVIDIA card. Looks like I may not have one.
The rest of the info for my Mac is listed here: iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2017) - Technical Specifications
Crossing my fingers, thanks.
Could you take some screenshots of the errors you reference in your first post?
Also, remember that you can install the most recent release of AE without removing CC 2017. Just make sure you twirl down the Advanced Options on the update screen and uncheck "remove old versions".
Thank you for your response. Looks like AE 2018 is now up and running. I ended up uninstalling it and then re-installing it again.