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chm file reports "The address is not valid"

Jul 23, 2009 at 8:53 PM

When I open it...

...the chm file reports "The address is not valid"...

...for DotNetZipLib-v1.8.chm... does it need to be in a special location because I have moved it around...


Jul 23, 2009 at 8:59 PM

All --

FYI, I found the answer, here...


I cannot view the CHM documentation. The error is: "This program cannot display the webpage." or, "The address is invalid." Is there an error with the chm file?

No, there is no problem with the CHM file. You have likely encountered a problem with Windows protection of files downloaded from less trusted locations. To view the chm file, within Windows Explorer, right-click on the CHM file, select properties, and Unblock it (button in lower part of properties window).


Thank you.

-- Mark Kamoski