Can’t build visual studio project

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ADODB DSN
Microsoft Visual Studio
I was developing a software for my employer. I coded a function, saved all the work and went to take my lunch break. After I came back I tried to build the project and run the software but the software won't build, VS gave a heap of reference not found errors. I had a lot of dll files in the bin directory from all the references of my software. All of them were gone!!! Fortunately I had a backup bin directory and I copies all the contents from that one. But after I try to build the software it gave this error: 
System.TypeLoadException - Could not load type 'ADODB._Recordset_Deprecated' from assembly 'ADODB, Version=7.0.3300.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a'.
When I double click on the error it showed a message box saying "Could not find file 'ZsoftwareTlbImp'"
*Z:software is the directory where my project is.
Please help. I can't continue my project
ASKED: April 5, 2011  5:54 AM
UPDATED: April 5, 2011  11:43 AM

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  • Chippy088
    Sounds like you have saved the work in a directory other than the one you are telling VS to link from. Do a manual search in file manager for the files mentioned in the error reports, and copy them back to where they should be.
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