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Edit: originally this was a post titled 'BadImageFormatException, when trying to run C# project' but later got mysteriously replaced with the title 'Bn' and only containing the message 'n'
Are you using the '2016 R3' SDK? R3 has a very different structure to the previous SDKs and uses a library file with a different name - libpxccore_c.dll - and totally different folder location. So if you are using R3, your program may be looking for a library file reference that no longer exists in that SDK.
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I’ve fixed the title and the content of the tread so that the original message is displayed. Go ahead and try the suggestion posted by @MartyG and let us know your results. We’ll be waiting for your response.
@MartyG-Thank for helping out!