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Default Unit Test Wizard problem in VS2008


I have a project that I want to test using VS2008. I created new test project and when I want to add new test using:

Right click the root of my test project -> Add -> New Test... -> Unit Test Wizard (in "Add New Test" dialog) -> "Create Unit Tests" dialog -> Click "Add Assembly..." command button -> Browse to .dll file that I want to test -> "One or more assemblies you selected could not be loaded. Please check those assemblies are valid and try again: <Full path to .dll including .dll file name>".

That .dll file that I want to test is signed and it's in GAC. I'm able to add some another assembly, but not this one. I've tried a lot of things to make this work, but the same message comes up.

Do you have an idea what's going on here?

Thank you in advance.


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