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Crystal visual studio 2010 assembly conflicts

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Hello, I've had tons of issues trying to resolve assembly conflicts with Crystal 10 and visual studio 2010.  Initially, I had Crystal Reports 10  installed on a pc.  I tried to develop using crystal 10 but some of the report icons would be missing and a red x would be displayed in visual studio 2010.  To resolve that error, I installed the Crystal Reports for VS 2010 and the runtime.

After installing Crystal Reports for VS2010, I started receiving assembly errors.  When I would add a crystal report viewer to  a web page, assemblies for 10.2 and 13 would be referenced.  This would result in many errors being thrown.  I tried to correct this issue by removing Crystal Reports for VS 2010.  I also removed the files from the gac and toolbox.   All of the reports at my company are developed using Crystal Reports 10.

After removing Crystal Reports for VS 2010,  I no longer have the issue with version 13 assemblies being referenced in my project.  Now I'm receiving an error stating lognet version Version= could not be found.  Can someone explain what needs to be done to resolve the lognet error and develop reports in VS 2010 with Crystal Reports 10 installed?  I don't want to install any more files that are not needed.
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