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VB.net Error - Reference required to assembly...

So yesterday, I was having some kind of permissions issue with my project that would cause any page I edit to bring up a login dialog that I was unable to do anything with. Right clicking on the file in windows explorer and adding "Everyone" w/ full access to the file solved the problem. However, since it was any file I edited, I went in to the advanced menu and check the box that makes that setting recursive. That made that issue go away, but made a new one appear. Now on any file I edit, I get a compiler error -

Compiler Error Message: BC30652: Reference required to assembly 'App_Code.ckfld69-, Version=0.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null' containing the type 'cDataAccess'. Add one to your project.

Source Error:
Line 86:
Line 87:                   With Master
Line 88:                         _DataAccess = .DataAccess
Line 89:                         .MenuId = 0
Line 90:                         .ParentMenuId = 0

As you can see with the attached image, going to the definition of dataaccess seems to find it fine. Do I have to reset my references somehow or can anyone tell me whats going on??
dataaccess.jpg
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nzinsliAuthor Commented:
Thanks, however I have been thru Google a few times and already read most of those.
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nzinsliAuthor Commented:
Oddly enough, I tried a get latest from our copy in Vault and it seemed to fix it. However, it did NOT fix it for our other site, which is giving the same error on localhost. I'm at a loss.
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nzinsliAuthor Commented:
Had to format to fix
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