It may mean that, I'm not sure. I mean, I can think of exactly how I would write something to stop what you're doing.
Driven to the arms of OSX by Vista.
"! i don't exactly like or do programming and it only gives me a headache." - spotted in VB forums.
I can do things with my brain that I can't even google. I can flex the front part of my brain instantly anytime I want. It can be exhausting and it even causes me vision problems for some reason. - CaptainSeeSharp
By the way, have you tried setting up tools like Fiddler to examine the traffic while browsing in a regular browser to see what is actually happening. That way you can replicate reality, rather than guess at it.
So, you open a StreamReader by passing it a string (i.e. using the StreamReader(string path) [^] overload. Which means it is interpreting what you sent it as a file path. The string in the error message seen on the screen shot it not a valid file path (it contains session IDs and other gubbins)
I created a new, empty WindowsService in both VS 2005 and 2008 (specifying Framework 2.0) and a default deployment project for it. When I run either installer, it says everything installed OK, but it didn't! Even the Application Event Log says the installation was a success. The service executable is where it belongs, but the service is not installed. Running installutil.exe from the command line is successful.
I got to this place when a service that used to install fine was modified and subsequently refused to install correctly. Service install packages built last year still install successfully. Unmodified services that are rebuilt (in VS 2005) today also still install successfully. We tried building on three PCs with the same results.
What are we missing?
(All PCs have XP Pro SP2, with Framework 2 SP2 and Framework 3.5 SP1.)
I need to find the list of IDM (internet download manager) downloads (urls,file name and extension is enough) from own program .
where they saves?
please tell me file name and its address or registry place "if not save in file"