Visual Studio c# namespace error

I am shifting an app from WindowsForm to WPF
No change except the UI.
 The WPF app and the WF app refers to a few .dll  (identical in both cases) coming from the sameVS projects.
Trying to add the same references in the new WPF project than in the "old" WF I've got a compile error coming from a "namespace missing...
Enclosed Coparison of the two projects description is a snapshot  showing  differences that i am unable to understand

VSR.CoachLab.Capture.Commands is part of the VSR.CoachLab.Capture project . It appears in WF and not in the WPF project.

Thanks for the help
PaulagierResearch DirectorAsked:
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Najam UddinCommented:
Check the .NEt version of both projects
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PaulagierResearch DirectorAuthor Commented:
Hello Najam
WF is under Net 4.0 and WPF under 4.5.
Downgrading WPF to 4.0 does not change anything, the "name space error" remains the same.
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PaulagierResearch DirectorAuthor Commented:
The error comes from a call to a class named ManagementCmds who is an internal static class in the WF project.
Is it possible that, being internal, it can't be used out of the original name space ??
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Najam UddinCommented:
no internal is for assembly only, hence can not be used out side
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