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I was informed by a window pop up that d3d9.dll was missing. I serched and found place to replace it but that involed a scan of my computer. I did but it found a lot of error and din't fix the ploblem they wanted me to buy something that would work better :whistling: what is a good safe place to get the application and if you think spending money to get addition error is good
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D3D9.dll is part of DirectX 9, which you can grab at www.microsoft.com/directx
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Thanks neil I missed when I went On MS site but I didn't think it was part of direct X9
thank you again very much
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Hi Neil:
I tried that solution but it was the same. I seve install directX9 from different location. Is it possible to delete directX9 so it gets a clean install? :whistling:
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