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Hi guys i'm new here (also VB .NET) and I am getting dialog "Overflow Exception was Unhandled" when i try to play BIG Files on my MP3 Player Code which i got off the Net, how can i solve this???? Sorry if it's a puny mistake i've made, Thanks
P.S I'm using Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate

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That error happens when you try to fit a vaue into a type that can't hold it, like putting a number over 2,147,483,647 into an integer. It won't fit, 'overflowing' and causing an error.
Your question makes it sound like this is a piece of software you are using rather than code you are trying to debug. Is that correct?

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What player are you using? Have you tried other players to see if they have the same problem? Can you post the code so that we can have a look (or the link where you got it)? How big is BIG? You can't expect us to help unless you provide better information.

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The file is about 290 MB, I am not using any Player just code, It plays small sized songs real good but this error pops up when trying to play BIG Files!!

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And hericles i am trying to debug the program via Visual Studio, i want a solution to this Please Help!! Should i upload the Program for you guys to help me out?? And is this error caused because of RAM??

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Of course! And while you're at it, post the value of BIG. We still haven't the faintest idea how big, BIG is.

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@ddanbe - he/she said 290 meg

@IPoor - please post the code here. Google won't give me access. Ideally, zip and post the project folder.

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