You say that the problem only started after you installed this Wacom driver, but I didn't see anywhere where you said that uninstalling that was part of what you tried to fix the problem. That would be my first suggestion.
> As for the bad font cache...
I'm confused by this, too. You didn't state what your font cache issue is, other than in this single phrase. Are you getting an error message about the font cache? If so, exactly what does it say?
Here's a document that tells how to work past some font cache problems:
I tried to un-install the driver, but the 'Adobe After Effect has stopped working' thingy is still there as it always has been. Secondly, if I can't use the driver, that means I wouldn't be able to use my tablet. I would rather be able to use my tablet because I do digital illustration for living.
I've looked into the link you gave me and tests out the methods. But it seems the problem doesn't lie within the font. There isn't any signs of error messages with regards of the font. The After Effect crashes after initializing user interface (When the booting icon is gone and the new window of AE pops up, it will stop responding and shows this 'stopped working' message)
Strangely, there is some program I am able to open and some not. For instance Photoshop CS5 x32bit is able to function while x64 bit would experience the same crash like After Effect.
You need to contact Wacom support and find out why their driver is causing these problems.