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invalid file error in C# application

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Good morning experts,

I just copied a small C# application which is still being developed from my hard drive at home to the one at work.
In both environments I use MS Visual Studio 2010.
When I tried to run the application at work I get the following error:


Error      1      Invalid Resx file. The input is not a valid Base-64 string as it contains a non-base 64 character, more than two padding characters, or an illegal character among the padding characters.  Line 315, position 5.      C:\Users\helpdesk2\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\Helpdesk2\Helpdesk2\frmDataEntry.resx      315      5      Helpdesk2


I am not familiar with XML and have no idea how to go about fixing error.

Please help if you can.

Thanks

Adam
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by:Radek Baranowski
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Hey, I'm not sure what method you used to copy the file. but maybe try to move it using binary transfer. That way the content of the fiule would remain intact.
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by:plusone3055
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A lot of us have experienced this error. if you haven't changed the code at all its just one of Microsofts little kinks.  I have a feeling that's its still working just fine on your original machine.  If that's the case then create a new project / form and copy all the code into that and re-build. It should solve the issue. I know its a pain, but this happens sometimes when you take code from one environment and load it to another one.
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It may be that this file frmDataEntry.resx got corrupted when you copied the project over to the work machine. Try and make a new copy of the original file and replace it on the work machine.
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by:sarabande
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is there a file at 'C:\Users\helpdesk2\Documents\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\Helpdesk2\Helpdesk2\frmDataEntry.resx' and if yes, could you try to open it and check if it has line 315 and post the contents around?

Sara
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by:adamtrask
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I apologize to everyone... this is the first day at our  school following the holidays and we are completely swamped.
I will look more carefully into the file once the day is over and will upload whatever details i  find.

Thank you for your help
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by:adamtrask
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Thank you so much for trying to help...
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