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Posted on 2016-11-14
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I opened a demo project from PluralSight, and must assume it compiles okay. But some of the References do not render.

What shall I do for these?

The Target framework is set to .NET 4.6.1

Suggestions?
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Check in Solution Explorer -> References to see if any of the dll's have a Yellow Triangle next to them. if they do take note of the name remove it from the list and add it back in first checking if it came in the project, if not then search the system files.
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Well, which ones might require m≈e to use NuGet?

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References #2
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Actually, Using NuGet to install Entity Framework solved them all.
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thanks
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Not a problem newbieweb, glad to have been able to help.
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