Compilation Error in asp.net website

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I'm developing an asp.net 3.5 website.  I created a page "clinicEntry.aspx."  When I attempt to "view in Browser" a "Compilation Error" message is displayed in the IE window tab.  There is no stack trace and no detail, and no event log.  

Here's what I know.  

1)  In the development process I have created and deleted this page serveral times.
2)  I can build the  page and the code behind successfully.  I can also build the website successfully.
3)  The page has a master page.
4)  If I delete the page and recreate it with just a master and content blocks, no other markup or code, I get the error.  However if I go thru the exact same steps but save the page as "ClinicEntry1.aspx" I do not get the compilation error.

Thanks for your help.
deepPowdahAsked:
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madginoCommented:
This is strange however I'll give a try:
- clean solution, delete manually bin & obj folders and rebuild
- delete the page from site (and harddisk) and search in all files for 'ClinicEntry' and see what are the results
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deepPowdahAuthor Commented:
Solved the problem.  However, I'm concerned that there may be an issue with asp.net (Ha! Ha!) that allowed a ghost of a corrupt page to linger and not be visible.  

Thanks again.
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