I am having an issue with certain software on the Windows Creators Update.
My issue is that every time I open a version of AutoCAD that uses .NET 4.0 or earlier (AutoCAD 2014 and earlier), when I try to switch between ribbons, I immediately get a software crash and the entire application closes.
When AutoCAD crashes, I can examine the call stack, which I have posted below. If you look, you will see that the three most recent calls in the stack refer to 'Stylus' related devices. I can only assume that these are calls to Touchscreen components, which my laptop does have.
All of this worked just fine prior to the Windows Creators Update, so I can only assume that there was a change that began causing these issues.
Is there a way to resolve this on my end or can Microsoft put out an update/bug fix for this issue? Because as it stands, AutoCAD 2014 or earlier is 100% unusable on my laptop.
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