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2780ccd10d57b246′ or one of its dependencies. 1: You can find the filename in Calling assembly. This approach should work for other unused missing references. It was helpful to see the reference name Microsoft. That helped resolve the issue for me. It was really strange as the project was running OK a day before.
Removing obj and bin folders from the project folder, cleaning the solution and rebuilding it worked. This worked for me while the accepted answer didn’t. Removing the reference and rebuilding wouldn’t remove the offending files, but blowing away the directories would. Cleaning didnt work, manually deleting bind and obj folders works. These small, but application-breaking-issues in visual studio are starting to get on my nerves. I have the same problem and deleting those folders doesn’t work.