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Have you tried the workaround listed here? https://github.com/dotnet/fsharp/issues/12239
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Are you using .NET SDK-style projects, or the old scary ones? The latter should load, but since you can't even create them anymore I would expect them to bit rot over time. The try-convert tool should be able to help with that (I wrote most of it, plus the F# support!)
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