Can anyone decypher the following, then tell me what I'm supposed to do?

  Graphicool1 16:49 30 Jun 12

Windows 7

Hi Guys

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?

The Tablet works fine.

  Nontek 16:50 30 Jun 12

What message?

  Graphicool1 16:51 30 Jun 12

Sorry Guy's I forgot to add the pop-up...

Option Explicit Dim objShell Dim strStylusInstallDir, strStylusExists, strWinLogon, strStylusPath, strStylusRunPath

strStylusExists = "exists" strStylusInstallDir ="Inno Setup: App Path"

strWinLogon = "HKCU\Software\Vision Objects\Bamboo Scribe\3.2\"

If 1 = 1 Then strStylusPath = "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Bamboo Scribe Wacom 3.2_is1\" Else strStylusPath = "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Bamboo Scribe 3.2_is1\" End If

Set objShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") On Error Resume Next strStylusExists = objShell.RegRead(strWinLogon & strStylusExists) If Err.Number = 0 Then WScript.Quit End If On Error Goto 0

strStylusInstallDir = objShell.RegRead(strStylusPath & strStylusInstallDir) strStylusRunPath = strStylusInstallDir & "\BambooScribe.exe"

'Wscript.Echo "Stylus Installed " & vbTab & strStylusExists & vbCr _ '& "Stylus InstallDir " & vbTab & strStylusInstallDir & vbCr _ '& "Stylus Path " & vbTab & strStylusRunPath chr(34) & strStylusRunPath & chr(34) & "/i"


' End of Registry Example VBscript.

  Nontek 16:52 30 Jun 12

Run Ccleaner, probably a glitch in the installation.

  Graphicool1 17:09 30 Jun 12


"Run Ccleaner, probably a glitch in the installation."

I run CCleaner at the end of every session.

  KRONOS the First 17:26 30 Jun 12

I run CCleaner at the end of every session

Can I ask why by the way?

  Graphicool1 17:57 30 Jun 12

Hi Chronus

"Can I ask why by the way?"

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.

  rdave13 18:14 30 Jun 12

Have a look here

  lotvic 18:19 30 Jun 12

Have a look at this it's same problem, haven't got time to explore it further, timer's just pinged so tea is ready :)

  Graphicool1 18:42 30 Jun 12

Hi rdave13

Hi lotvic

Hope you enjoyed your 'Tea' or as my wife insists on calling it 'Dinner'. Anyway I accessed your link and 'Daves' (they were the same one) the following is the last entry in that thread...

"Re: BambooScribeAutostart.vbe issue

by Meow ยป Thu 3. Mar 2011, 15:47 The suggestion didn't work, but thanks anyway. I'll be looking out or the corrected version of the installer."

Being as that was back in March 2011 and we are now in June 30 2012 I can only guess they didn't come up with one. But I'll give Wacom another look in case I missed something.

  ams4127 18:58 30 Jun 12

Does Wacom have a help desk on their site? You might be better off trying there.

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