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Direct X: "A cabinet file is necessary is not trusted for install


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Bilsed421

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Hi, can somebody help me with this problem, i am tryin to install the new version of directx 9.0c but can't because when i do it gives me this message "a cabinet file is necessary for installation". I have looked at alot of forums but the steps are too complicated. So could u help me install it. Plz reply to my e-mail add.
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starjax

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just follow this link:
http://www.microsoft...&DisplayLang=en

You will need to go through the validation to get to the download. save it to your desktop and then launch the program by double clicking on it. If you run into any problems please let us know.

thanks,
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Bilsed421

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Thanks for all ur help, it worked.
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Hey guys I also have this proble i did what u said And its still telling me same Error message as the previous poster I did what u said Validated my windows IT with thru the process with no problem thanked me for using regitured version and I went to dl direct X 9 and got the cabinent error again someone plz help me :whistling:
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Hi deaddread.
Please help us help you, if you are having a problem start
your own topic. Even if it looks like the same problem here
more then likely it will lead down deferent paths to resolve.
That way you get one on one help to resolve your individual
problem and insures the one giving you assistants only has
to reply to your problem.
Thank You Dwight
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