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Old August 26th, 2004, 08:17 PM
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Default Timer stops by itself when application is running

Urgent Help!!

My application is about to deliver in 2 days time, but we have the timer problem.

Within my application, i have a timer which act like interval of running program, for example, 5 seconds. Then within 5 seconds, it will do processing inside. But from time to time, my timer will stop automatically within any action that caused. The time it stops is not consistence. Sometimes 5 mins after the application runs, sometimes 15 and sometimes longer.

Please...anyone could help??





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Old August 27th, 2004, 05:42 AM
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Try using a windows form timer that will operate on your main thread. You likely have race conditions.





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