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The custom tool 'MSLinqToSQLGenerator' failed.

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Visual Studio 2012 on Windows Server 2008 x64.  
I transferred a website that was working very well on another server with VS 2010.
When I try to build a web site I get the error:  "The custom tool 'MSLinqToSQLGenerator' failed.  Object reference not set to an instance of an object."

What should I do?
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Right-click the .dbml file and choose 'Run Custom Tool'.
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