Bad file mode
Statements used in manipulating file contents must be appropriate to the mode in which the file was opened. Possible causes include:
A FilePutObject or FileGetObject statement specifies a sequential file.
A Print statement specifies a file opened for an access mode other than Output or Append.
An Input statement specifies a file opened for an access mode other than Input
An attempt to write to a read-only file.
To correct this error
Make sure FilePutObject and FileGetObject are only referring to files open for Random or Binary access.
Make sure Print specifies a file opened for either Output or Append access mode. If not, use a different statement to place data in the file, or reopen the file in an appropriate mode.
Make sure Input specifies a file opened for Input. If not, use a different statement to place data in the file or reopen the file in an appropriate mode.
If you are writing to a read-only file, change the read/write status of the file or do not try to write to it.
Use the functionality available in the My.Computer.FileSystem object.