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get rid of WindowsFormsParkingWindow

Posted on 2004-08-07
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Hi,

I get the WindowsFormsParkingWindow window when i write to a write-protected SD card.
I use File.Copy to write files.  At the same time, i was able to catch an IOException error.
I expect the IOException error.  What do i do to get rid of the WindowsFormsParkingWindow?

Thanks,
Emman
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Emman it seem like a lot of people are having the WindowsFormsParkingWindow issue.  There is a good writeup of how to remove it here:
http://dotnet.org.za/johannds/archive/2004/03/08/650.aspx

Good Luck!
NTAC
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:)
I have already been to that site.  Actually, I also posted my problem in that site before here.
Thanks.
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i've found out that WindowsFormsParkingWindow is not really the cause of my prob.
But the link above gives good info about WindowsFormsParkingWindow. :)
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