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Defrag Tools: #75 - Windows 8.1 - FileNotFound Crash

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In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards, Chad Beeder and Larry Larsen walk you through a common issue in Windows Store applications that use Files. We use a Windows Store 8.1 app sample to show how missing code affects the stability of the process.

Resources:
Understanding and resolving failures in Windows Store apps
Improving apps with Quality reports
Windows 8.1 Application Samples
Defrag Tools SkyDrive (inc. Scripts and ProcDumpExt)

Timeline:
[00:00] - Back in Building 20 - the Millenium Falcon!
[01:00] - Conference Season - TechEd, //build/ and TechReady
[05:09] - FileAccess sample
[06:06] - try .. catch (System.IO.FileNotFound)
[06:55] - StorageFolder.TryGetItemAsync
[10:18] - Understanding and resolving failures in Windows Store apps
[10:42] - Email us your issues at defragtools@microsoft.com

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  • Larry - not sure what's happened to the C9 website but most videos I try to play fail with my browser set to 'Auto'. The progress bar shows 00:00:00 at start and finish and that's about it!! If I select Format /HTML 5 then videos play okay.

    I am running IE8 and the latest Chrome on Vista 32bit and have same error on both.

    Any ideas?  Love the series on Win8 Apps!

  • Duncan MackenzieDuncanma "yeah that's awful close, but that's not why I'm so hard done by"

    @sjypharm:That sounds like a problem with your Silverlight install. Couple thoughts...

    • uninstall Silverlight and re-install it
    • go to your C9 profile and pick HTML 5 as your default playback format (essentially the same as what do now, but automatic across all videos)
    • uninstall Silverlight and don't re-install it
    • disable Silverlight in Chrome

    All except the 1st put you into HTML 5 playback mode

     

  • Thanks Duncanma, I've set my profile to HTML 5 and all is well!

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