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On advice, I have installed VS 2003 on a machine other than my development box to avoid causing possible problems with my current environment. Loading a windows application coded in VS.NET 2002 to the 2003 IDE produces this error. I expected difficulty upgrading an old VB program to .NET, but not trouble converting from .NET 1.0 to 1.1! Any clues what I need to do to get the project to successfully load into the 2003 IDE? The error gives no information other than the message above. TIA...





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