SnobrdinRTiste

Hope someone can help me with this problem!

My application runs fine on PCs that have Visual Studio 2005 installed and on Windows 2000 machines. However, for

XP systems, I keep getting this error:

EventType clr20r3, P1 ftcebooklibrary.exe, P2 0.0.0.0, P3 435ff1b5, P4 ftcebooklibrary, P5 1.0.2125.29234,

P6 435ff1b5, P7 7f, P8 6, P9 system.io.filenotfoundexception, P10 NIL.

The XP machines all have the latest versions of the .NET Framework 2.0 and I double checked the dependecies for my

application and they're all there in the same folder as the exe.

I've read in another thread where this user was getting the same error but for a C++ application. The fix was to

include a C++ dll with the installed application.

Is that what I have to do for my C# app too If so, which dll would I need to include

-Derek



Re: Visual C# General ERROR: eventtype clr20r3 - filenotfoundexception

Peter Ritchie

Is there any detail with the filenotfoundexception like the file that wasn't found I would start with that, if you can find out what wasn't found you should be able to just copy it to the directory where th ftcebooklibrary.exe is and fix the problem.




Re: Visual C# General ERROR: eventtype clr20r3 - filenotfoundexception

SnobrdinRTiste

Hi Peter,

Thanks for your reply... that error code was from someone else's post on the same error... i was just lazy to type out the same error... my app has

a different name - "gblog.exe"

However, the error msg that came up did not specify which file it was looking for ... so that's my problem...

I believe that its a dll that's associated with VS 2005 in some way... but have no idea which file it may be.

Has anyone else encountered this problem at all





Re: Visual C# General ERROR: eventtype clr20r3 - filenotfoundexception

Peter Ritchie

Lot's of people have had this problem, it's not specific to a particular program. Which means you have to find out what file is missing and make sure it's in the location the program expects (usually in the same directory as the EXE).