I have inherited a project from the powers that be, and, when first loading it up in VS 2008, I get an error right off the bat.
"A reference to XXX.dll could not be added. Please make sure that the file is accessible, and that the assembly is a valid assembly or COM component."
The DLL is valid. I've used it numerous times in many different applications and services, but I did my due dilligence and removed the reference, put a copy of the DLL i've used personally in its place and STILL get the error.
What can this mean?