I have looked for possible reason and found that direct3D might be the cause.
I can only suggest to try reinstalling directX.
If it still doesn't work then you will have to disable hardware acceleration for wpf application.
I cannot fix this within the program because I would guess SliderDock crash before it's even loaded.
To disable hardware acceleration first create a textfile on your desktop.
Then open it and copy into it:
save and change the ".txt" at the end of the file to ".reg" and double click it.
the value for this was found here :