T-Dawg wrote:This is really odd, and seems difficult to solve... I'll try to hunt down a local computer which shows the same symptoms so I can track the issue down. I can hardly expect more of your time. :<
Ehm this is easy to solve. You are referencing Microsoft.Xna.Framework.Content.Pipeline.dll (as above screenshot says), but this is a dll from the developer sdk and not included in the XNA installer.
Any hard reference to a missing assembly can cause an exception sooner or later (whenever the JIT sees code using the assembly, which can vary depending on framework version and how agressive the JIT compiles ahead of time). You'll have to remove the reference from the project and either delete the code using it, or move it to a secondary assembly and dynamically load it when you decide its safe to do so. If you are relying on the content-pipeline to modify data you should use your own xml or binary format because as far as I can tell XNA resources are meant to be read-only.