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openFileDialog1.CheckFileExists = true;
           openFileDialog1.CheckPathExists = true;
           openFileDialog1.DefaultExt = ".jpg";
           openFileDialog1.Filter = "jpg files (*.jpg)|*.jpg| PNG files (*.png)|*.png";
           openFileDialog1.FilterIndex = 2;
           openFileDialog1.RestoreDirectory = true;
           if (openFileDialog1.ShowDialog() == true)
               string location = @"D:\images.txt";
               string path = System.IO.Path.Combine(location, picUserimage.Source + ".jpg");
               picUserimage.Source = new BitmapImage(new Uri(location));

What I have tried:

string text = @"file:\\\D:\images.png";
                       text = text.Replace(@"file:\\\", @"");
                       string userimagepath = AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory + text + ds.Tables[0].Rows[0][11].ToString();
                       if (!File.Exists(userimagepath))
                           picUserimage.Source = BitmapFromUri(new Uri(text));
                       txtActivationKey.Text = ds.Tables[0].Rows[0][12].ToString();
                       txtCreatedby.Text = ds.Tables[0].Rows[0][13].ToString();
                       txtDate.Text = ds.Tables[0].Rows[0][14].ToString();
Updated 17-Sep-22 3:35am

1 solution

Start by checking the path: is there a folder called "images.txt" in the root of your D: drive? Or is it (as seems more likely) a file?

If it's a folder, check the access permissions, and the account under which the app is being executed.
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