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Error Unitronics.ComDriver when start debugging in VB.net

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I got an Error when start debugging as picture due to i have to set Target Framework to be .net4  because I  created the project on Visual studio 2015 which required .Net4 for some .dll file  but  for the Unitronics.ComDriver still old .net

I have try to set AnyCPU at TargetCPU but  the error still remains

Can anyone help me how to fix it as the picture below?

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Thank you for your suggestion!

You are right but after i do it so I can't built the project because  the error occurred  from the other .dll file.

That is CANbus dll file, Looks like they prefer the Target CPU  to be  X64 or AnyCPU.  

I have  .Net2 and .Net4 for  the CANbus dll file but when I use .Net2 in this project the system said can't mix  .net  differ version.

Do you have any idea to fix this?

 

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Yes, you can take the source code of the .Net communication driver from Unitronics website:

https://unitronicsplc.com/Download/SoftwareUtilities/NET Driver 2015 - Q4.zip

 

Then, add the project to your solution, and add a reference to the project instead of the compiled dll.

Changed the project platform to Any CPU or x64 (or whatever you want or need), compile and run.

 

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