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How to show message to user without next code to wait.

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  Im using C# 2008 , WinForm NET 2. Im interesting to show message form which are closed after 2 sec. on his own, but without stopping execution of current code. So I need to do this with asynchrony execution, can you show me proper way for do this ?

 I do not need at all callback when this form close. It only show message to user, with custom form.

 You may ask me why I just do not use form1.Show() . Well, I can not use this because real message is dove via other third  part component, which have very nice look and support only ShowModal() method . And other & this message will expect user click, I do not want to press user to click on it, I need to close this form by force .
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