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Need for Speed Underground 2


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trokua

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Everytime I try to run the Autorun, or the Setup program for Need for Speed Underground 2 for PC, I get an error that says:

"Cannot get address of DirectXSetupGetVersion"

I click okay, and then another popup says:

"m_DirectXSetupGetVersion is NULL"
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daniel_c

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> I recommend that you install DirectX 9.0c:
> http://www.microsoft...;displaylang=en
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I knew there was more information I should have told ya, sorry!
I allready downloaded and installed 9.0c at least i think I did. I know I downloaded it, and when i ran the install program, it was odd. It was just like any other install, except it basically went straight to the finish page... that's a little vague. I'm 80% sure that I have 9.0c already, but i can't remember the command to check it. I thought it was "directxdiag.exe" or "directxconfig.exe" but they were both wrong, so I'm not positive which DirectX I have...
If I already do have 9.0c, and that did not solve the problem, what is my next move?
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the command is "dxdiag"
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well now, thank you, that information qas helpful, however it only assured me that I do indeed have Direct X 9.0c... and also that there seems to be some other problem, because I am recieving the same error message. :S
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