Installation error - Strong name signature not valid for this assembly

Posted on 2009-04-15
Last Modified: 2013-11-26
Hi Experts,

I am having problems with installing my program after publishing it with Visual Studio 2008 using the OneClick Publish option. When I try to install the program, I keep getting this error ... Strong name signature not valid for this assembly Extensibility.dll.  I am very new to programing and have no clue what to do to get this to work.  
 I have attached the error log for the installation.

Question by:StanT
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    Neither solution works.....I still get the same exact error with that extensability.dll not being signed. I guess i'll just have to start over from scratch with a new project to make sure that it's not a problem with VS.
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    Anyone else have any ideas?

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