When it crashes, it's a hard crash -forcing me to restart my PC. All is well if I remove Wacom's "tablet.exe" from memory and use a normal mouse. Afterwhich, I can work all day without a crash in Flash MX.
I migrated my setup from a G4 PPC to a Macbook Pro Intel based. Flash MX 2004 pro kept crashing on startup. Traced it down to my Graphire Blue Tooth. I worked for weeks trying to get Flash MX 2004 pro to start. By uninstalling my Wacom, whallah, it boots the program fine. Pain in the butt. I now have Flash MX 2004 Pro up and running and I will attempt installing the driver for the tablet and see if it crashes. Animating and drawing with a mouse will suck if it doesn't...
Nope. I reinstalled the latest driver from Wacom and Flash MX 2004 Pro shut down. Poof.
Well, Hold your horses. After it crashed Flash MX 2004 Pro, I was dejected. But I reopened the application. And now it seems to work every time I open it. So I suppose the fix is to unload the driver for the Wacom, then open Flash MX 2004 Pro, and then install the driver for the Wacom. Let Flash quit, and then all seems ok. Weird.
Last edited by ZGD; 09-16-2007 at 11:09 PM.