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C# Can't Find Some of My Classes After VS Reinstall

Hi,

I am resuming a project after reinstalling XP and VS because of
a hard drive failure. The project uses a custom control library
which is added to main project. Everything was fine before
the reinstall but now the compiler does not find most of the
classes defined in the library.

Each custom control file consists of a main class that inherits
a control (ListView, eg) followed by a number of ancillary
classes. The compiler finds the main class but not the ancillaries.

The project's files, .sln, .cs, so on, were not changed from before
the reinstall.

Any help?

Thanks,
Gary
Aug 28 '06 #1
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Hi,

Where are the classes located? If they are defined in a commom library you
should have access to all of them.

If you did a backup of your projects you should not have any problem after
reinstall.
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Hi,

I am resuming a project after reinstalling XP and VS because of
a hard drive failure. The project uses a custom control library
which is added to main project. Everything was fine before
the reinstall but now the compiler does not find most of the
classes defined in the library.

Each custom control file consists of a main class that inherits
a control (ListView, eg) followed by a number of ancillary
classes. The compiler finds the main class but not the ancillaries.

The project's files, .sln, .cs, so on, were not changed from before
the reinstall.

Any help?

Thanks,
Gary


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