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FPS Creator X10 / Cant start demo

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Hardware master
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Posted: 25th Jun 2007 18:42
I attached my dxdiag for anyone that needs it:

But heres my system in a nutshell:

CPU: E6600 @2.7ghz
GPU: 8800GTS @ 570/810
RAM: 2Gb of DDR2-800
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA 965P-DS3 socket LGA775
DVD-RW drive
160GB HDD

All I get when I start the FPSC_X10_TECHDEMO.exe is

DirectX 9.0 installed (589824). requires DirectX 9.0c or later

And when I click okay:

This application has failed to start because d3dx9_32.dll was not found Re-installing the application may fix this problem.

Please help, I really want to use this techdemo

Halo 3 all the way.

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Jon Fletcher
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Posted: 25th Jun 2007 21:41
install the very latest directx 9 update, there is still some dx9 code in the demo which requires it.

Black Terror
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Posted: 25th Jun 2007 21:41 Edited at: 25th Jun 2007 21:47
You need the latest version of DirectX maybe.

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Posted: 25th Jun 2007 21:47 Edited at: 25th Jun 2007 21:48
edit:

nevermind

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Posted: 25th Jun 2007 22:18
Okay, so does that mean that directX 10 does not come with vista?
Because in my dxdiag it says I have DX10.

So I need to download DX9.0c then?

Halo 3 all the way.
FredP
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Posted: 26th Jun 2007 06:36
Direct x 9 and Direct x 10 are two different things.If the demo requires Direct x 9 to work it won't work if you don't have Direct x 9.It's probably a good idea to have Direct x 9 on your pc anyways since programs do and will continue to use it for quite some time.
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