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Default Unable to locate System.Runtime.dll

Hi Friends,

  I hav a need to copy & paste the System.Runtime.dll file into my Bin folder. But I m not able to find it in my disk. I hav also searched. But when in .NET application when i m trying to import it then, it is present means using System.Runtime is showing.

It is also not in Assemblies folder where all dll are present(means GAC).




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