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D3DX9_34.DLL Not Found


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I'v got it solved, and COD 4 is working. Thanks for everyones help. Especially AgentMES. You gave me the idea of downloading d3dx9_34.dll. I didn't think that was possible until I got your link. So thanks.
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No problem at all! :) I have had dll problems myself and fixed them by downloading them.
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where do you put this .dll for vista because im recieving this issue with 3dsmax?

Edited by JamesyRawrs, 09 February 2009 - 02:16 PM.

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where do you put this .dll for vista because im recieving this issue with 3dsmax?


Hello JamesyRawrs and welcome to G2G!

I would assume the file needs to go into the windows\system32 folder
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Hello JamesyRawrs

If you could state your version of vista , eg: 32bit or 64bit , we could tell you the correct location...

Press and hold the windows key ( loacted on the keyboard with the windows logo ) , press pause-break key

the "General tab "should state what you are running

Good luck

Happy computing

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PS: ViperThunder's reply quoted: In 64-bit versions of Windows, 64-bit dll's go into the SYSTEM32 folder. 32-bit dll's go into the SYSWOW64 folder. Make sure you are placing the 64-bit version and 32-bit version of d3dx9_34.dll in their correct respective places!

Edited by Anthony19, 10 February 2009 - 05:32 AM.

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ok i have a 64-bit but the folders that you stated arent shown how can i locate them?

ok i found the folder system32 and put it in and when i tried to run 64 bit version of 3dsmax it's still saying the same error.


oh wow im dumb i forgot i did a pc transfer so both folders exist on my pc so i had to put the .dll in both

thank you for all your help ^^

Edited by JamesyRawrs, 10 February 2009 - 05:09 PM.

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If your missing this file don't try to download and figure out where to install it. this file is part of the direct x install. To update go to http://www.microsoft...ails.aspx?id=35
-download the dxwebsetup.exe file.
-Execute the file and accept license agreement
-deselect the checkbox to install "Bing" toolbar
-click next and it will update all the direct x componets as needed.

this will work on windows xp, vista, and 7 both 32 and 64 bit versions.
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