Suddenly my vb.net application is not compiling with Icon error

My my application is not even compiling with following error.

Error creating ALink Win32 resources: Error reading icon 'C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\Microsoft\VisualStudio\7.1\VSProjectApplication.ico' -- The system cannot find the file specified.

Actually my application using another Icon not  VSProjectApplication.ico

I tried to change the Icon in Project Properties, but still problem persist.

Any Idea? I am using VS 2003
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Praveen KumarArchitectAsked:
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aprestoConnect With a Mentor Commented:
i.e

Right click project file >> Properties >> Application Icon
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aprestoCommented:
Hi Mamtha1982,

how did you go about changing the icon link, did you do it via Visual Studio?

Apresto
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Praveen KumarArchitectAuthor Commented:
Yes, I did the same
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aprestoCommented:
ok, open your project file in notepad and do a search for VSProjectApplication.ico and see if it exists in there
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Praveen KumarArchitectAuthor Commented:
no, In Project file is like ...


<Settings
  ApplicationIcon="Icons\Mobile.ico"
  ...............
  ..............

Where Mobile.ico is Applications Icon

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Praveen KumarArchitectAuthor Commented:
Actually It was working from so many days.....
Suddenly i got this problem now...
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Praveen KumarArchitectAuthor Commented:
OOOOhhhhh...........Its working now, i just restarted my Computer

thanx for your quick support apresto....
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