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.netframework unhandled exception error

When using Microsoft Windows XP, our company has created a software program that allows customers to play interactive games on FlashPlayer. We keep getting a .NET framework error related to memory. Do you have any ideas on what we may be able to do anout this problem?

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Hi,
Hope this might give you a rough idea..... i think there is a way in which we can make the program not to show any error when any error occurs in the program that we write...,
the code for that would be something similar to

.NET CODE
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"On error Resume Next"...



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Windows Firewall protects your computer by blocking communications (i.e., bugs and malicious software) attempting to connect to your computer. Sometimes, Windows Firewall will block a program that you use from connecting to the Internet. If you are experiencing this problem, but you are still able to browse the Web (demonstrating that it's not a general problem with your Internet connection), you can add a Windows Firewall exception for the program that's having problems. This will allow you to use that program without Windows Firewall blocking it.

Setup Steps - Windows XP

  1. Click Start. Click All Programs and find the program that you want to add an exception for. Then right-click the program and click Properties.

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  1. On Shortcut tab in the Properties dialog box, right-click the Target box, and then click Copy.

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  1. Click Cancel to close the Properties dialog box.

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  1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.

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  1. From the Control Panel, click Security Centre.

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  1. From the Security Centre, click Windows Firewall.

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  1. On the Exceptions tab, click Add Program.

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  1. In the Add a Program dialog box, click Browse.

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  1. In the Browse dialog box, right-click the File name box, then click Paste.

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  1. Click Open.

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  1. Click OK.

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  1. Windows Firewall adds an exception for your program. Click OK again.

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