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Default How do I compile the precompiled?

I was handed a "precompiled" asp.net app source code. OK, how do I make this such that I can use and debug it? How do I compile a precompiled app?

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After I click past this window, and i try to build the application, I get an error that says "This application is already precompiled".
What can I do?
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You can't. You'll need the original source if you want to make changes to the site. Compiling it removes the original source.

You may be able to use a decompile tool such as Reflector but that will only give you a view on the raw source which is then not editable yet.

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