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System.BadImageFormatException was unhandled

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 
I am developing one pos application in .net 3.5 and my application interacting with printer epson TM-U220D .   But when my app starts it gives following messages  System.BadImageFormatException was unhandledMessage="An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x8007000B)"   Source="Epson.opos.tm.service"   StackTrace:        at jp.co.epson.upos.pntr.init.Verifiability.GetRandomData1(Int32 iSeed, Int32 iSize, Byte[] abyResponse)        at jp.co.epson.upos.pntr.init.Verifiability.CheckPattern(Int32 iEncodePattern, Int32 iSeed, String strResponse)        at jp.co.epson.upos.pntr.init.T88IV_Initialization.CheckEPSONDevice()        at jp.co.epson.upos.pntr.init.AbstractPrinterInitialization.InitializeCommon()        at jp.co.epson.upos.pntr.init.AbstractPrinterInitialization.Initialize()        at jp.co.epson.upos.pntr.init.AbstractPrinterInitialization.Initialize(Int32 iResetCounter)        at jp.co.epson.upos.pntr.init.InitializationThread.ThreadProcess()        at jp.co.epson.uposcommon.util.EpsonCommonThread.Run()        at System


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