.Net 4.0 and AppDomain.Load

I have found a nice example on loading assemblies using AppDomain here: http://blogs.claritycon.com/blogs/steve_holstad/archive/2007/06/28/3212.aspx

What I need to ask is this: What if I don't know the typeName or the namespace of an assembly. One way of loading is to use AppDomain.Load() function but this is deprecated in .Net 4.0!

Can somebody give me an example of loading assemblies dynamically in a separate appdomain. Again in my case, I just know the name of the assembly.
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m_mendozaAuthor Commented:
To make it clear, assemblies are coming from third parties and we absolutely don't know the type name or namespace.
I am assuming third parties  assemblies are developed in dotnet ..u can Consider to use Reflector to find out namesape ,typename or methodname for ..

Check this free tool - http://www.lutzroeder.com/dotnet/
open your 3rd party assembly and click on anyalyse to see code.

or you can use more advanced here - http://www.red-gate.com/products/reflector/ 

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