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Thread: DirectX9 dude!!!!




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    Hey guys!

    I am back. Been real busy traveling around, gaming, and school.

    I got a quick question.

    Where do i get directX 9? IS it Microsoft? Some other site?

    I really want it.

    Thanx for any links or advice

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    www.microsoft.com

    Or do a windows update. Make sure you grab DirectX 9.0a as it's newer :afro:
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    Where man? I am looking everywhere!! DOwn;oads, that is where i am going now

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    OK i found it, dummy me thanx for your help

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    http://www.microsoft.com/directx/ for others looking...
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    make sure your card is directX9 appliant tho...
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    Why??:?:

    What happen is my vid card isn't DirectX 9 appliant?

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    DirectX 9 itself doesn't matter what video card you've got. Different games use different generic instructions to interact with your system, which DirectX handles. That's why all controlling devices, all sound and visual devices are in some way handled by DX, and why some video cards and sound cards support higher versions, as they support newer features that have come out.

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    Do you recommend DX 9 for a GeForce2 MX?:confused: (yes is an old one:tears: :o)

    [I hope to buy a GF4 Ti4200 (by the middle of the year)]

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    I wouldnt bother with a Geforce 2 MX, theres no point, might even get worser performance. Get a DirectX 9.0 compliant card when you can afford one.: peace2:

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