I've installed a Wacom Tablet for use with either fingers or pen. Each time I turn on the PC I get the following message popping up on the desktop. If I click the 'X' top right corner it will go and I don't see it again until next time I start the PC. It's 'gobble de gook' to me, am I supposed to do something or what?
If 1 = 1 Then
strStylusPath = "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Bamboo Scribe Wacom 3.2_is1\"
strStylusPath = "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Bamboo Scribe 3.2_is1\"
Set objShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
On Error Resume Next
strStylusExists = objShell.RegRead(strWinLogon & strStylusExists)
If Err.Number = 0 Then
On Error Goto 0
No real reason, It's just a habit, something I've always done; ever since I first installed CCleaner back in the day when I had Win95, then WinXP, now Win7 it's been years now. I run the 'Registry Cleaner' and then the general 'Cleaner' in that order.
Anyway, further to 'Nontek's suggestion re-running CCleaner, I've just installed the latest flavour or CCleaner. While I was in there I thought I'd check out the 'Startup' programmes and under the heading 'Context Menu' I noted that...
Enabled - Yes
Key - Directory
Program - ObjectDockShellExt
This features twice, with nothing under 'Publisher' or 'File'. I've disabled the first entry of this in the list. If when I reboot the notice still shows, I'll re-enable it and disable the other one. If it still shows after that, then I'll disable both.
Until one of you guys, comes up with the definitive answer, all I have going for me is trial and error. Although in the hope that I don't have any errors I'me not deleting them at this stage.