I need help big time. I'm not a software developer, so I'm quite alarmed by what's happened to my computer in the past hour or so. ANY help would be greatly, greatly appreciated. WHAT'S HAPPENING:
When I login to Windows XP (Tablet PC Edition), I get a window from MS .NET Framework that says the following:
An unhandled exception has occurred in a component in your application. Click continue and application will ignore this error and attempt to continue. Cannot access a disposed object named "BallButton". Object name: "BallButton".
Clicking on "Continue" just reopens the window. In the mean time, my Desktop background is completely messed up -- retains a 'picture' of all previously opened windows (I'm sure there's a technical description for this). And everything seems to be running very sluggishly.WHAT MAY HAVE BEEN THE CAUSE:
Two days ago, pen pressure sensitivity died on Photoshop, so I downloaded the latest Wacom penabled driver (v 4.92-4) and uninstalled an earlier driver (v 4.8-something). I also uninstalled "Wacom pen driver 2.2", thinking it was obsolete. After reboots, pen pressure was restored on Photoshop (and I believe on MS OneNote as well).
Yesterday, pen pressure died on Photoshop again. And this morning, I noticed that it had stopped working on OneNote as well. So I downloaded Wacom driver 2.2 from HP Software & Driver downloads and installed. After reboot and login, this MS .NET Framework problem appeared. I tried to uninstall Wacom driver 2.2, which presumably was the cause of the problem, but couldn't find it from the Add/Remove Software list.HELP!!!
Someone please, please, please tell me what is wrong with my computer and what to do about it!!! Will supply any other information that you request.