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Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

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I have a program (Thinkgate eInstruction Classroom Performance System). Whenever I launch it, it will come up fine. However, if I click any button within the program, I always get the above error. Would anyone know how that error can be fixed?

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This type of error isn't something that you'll be able to fix on your own... you need to be talking to the vendor.   I'd bet they've got an upgrade available...
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Thanks. I hate contacting tech support but I lived through it.
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