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Hello all,

We have a project that when we change the platform setting from Any CPU to x86, the x86 directory under bin gets created with all the correct files, but the the root of bin gets about 3 out of 5 of the projects DLL's and then when we go to run the project in debug mode, it errors out because it is looking at the root bin instead of the x86 folder.  Any idea?

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Check your solution settings:

Right click your solution in solution explorer.
Select properties.

Check the debug tab and the working directory.

Check the build tab and the output path.

Hope it helps!

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