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 BC30753  -  Option Strict On disallows implicit conversions from '' to ''; the Visual Basic 6.0 collection type is not compatible with the .NET Framework collection type  MICROSOFT
Option Strict On disallows implicit conversions from '' to ''; the Visual Basic 6.0 collection type is not compatible with the .NET Framework collection type. The collection object that is used in Visual Basic 6.0 differs from the collection object that is used in Visual Studio 2008.
Explicitly convert collection objects by using one of the type conversion keywords. The CType Function and DirectCast keywords throw a run-time exception if the conversion fails. The TryCast keyword returns Nothing (Visual Basic) if the conversion fails.
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  -  Class '' does not implement the System.Collections.ICollection interface  MICROSOFT
The class does not implement the System.Collections.ICollection interface, which defines size, enumerators and synchronization methods for all collections. It may be necessary to reinstall Visual Studio.
Reinstall Visual Studio.
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  -  Class not registered on local machine  MICROSOFT
This error is usually encountered as a result of a corrupted file. You may need to reinstall Visual Studio.
Reinstall Visual Studio.
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  -  File specified in FileName is not a valid XML file  MICROSOFT
The file name that you supplied is not a valid XML file. To specify the allowed structure and content of an XML document, you can use a Document Type Definition (DTD), a Microsoft XML-Data Reduced (XDR) schema, or an XML Schema definition language (XSD) schema. XSD schemas are the preferred way to specify XML grammars in the .NET Framework. Note: In some earlier versions of Visual Studio, the XML Designer is the designer for typed datasets and XML schema. The XML Designer can still be used to create and edit XML schema files. However, in Visual Studio 2008, the designer for creating and editing typed datasets is the Dataset Designer. For more information, see Dataset Designer.
Check that you are supplying the correct file name. Check that the specified file contains valid XML by loading the XML file that you want to check into the XML Designer. From the XML menu, click Validate XML. Errors are displayed in the Task List. If the XML file has an associated XML Schema, check that the elements appear in the defined structure and that the content of the individual elements conforms to the declared data types specified in the schema.
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