Convert a Stream Object to File Stream In Silverlight

i am getting an audio file from server in silver light application. I am getting stream in a Stream object. I need to convert this is into "filestream". Is there is any solution to do this. Please help me out.

Here is the code.

string UrlString = SongURL
HttpWebRequest request = (HttpWebRequest)HttpWebRequest.Create(new Uri(UrlString));
request.BeginGetResponse(new AsyncCallback(ReadCallback), request);

 private void ReadCallback(IAsyncResult asynchronousResult)
                HttpWebRequest request =
                HttpWebResponse response =
                //using (StreamReader streamReader1 =
                //  new StreamReader(response.GetResponseStream()))
                //    string resultString = streamReader1.ReadToEnd();
                //   // resultBlock.Text = "Using HttpWebRequest: " + resultString;
                Stream streamReader1 = response.GetResponseStream();

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There are two ways to achieve that
byte[] data = stream.ToArray();
File.WriteAllBytes(newFile, data);

using (FileStream fs = File.Create(newFile))

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Ajit_KrAuthor Commented:
File.WriteAllBytes(newFile, data);
In silverlight file class doesn't have WriteAllBytes() method..
Please suggest more.

You can write to an IsolatedStorageFile.

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Ajit_KrAuthor Commented:
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