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Resident Evil 4 on Vista: d3dx9_30.dll RRS feed

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  • I enjoy playing resident evil so much. that was why i was about to die of waiting when this last one was released for more than a year after it was created.

     

    When i finally got my hands on it, it was also the time that i had my new laptop.

     

    So all of you who might be encountering same problems for your games: the error d3dx9_30.dll

     

    In Resident Evil 4 made by Ubisoft you will notice that they made it for windows 2000/XP (only) the word"only" here is not my own invention, see the pack for yourselves.

     

    So, what do Resident Evil diehards do to play it on OS Vista?

     

    Very easy simple steps.:

     

    Since you are reading this thread, i assume that you are on the microsoft site.

     

    1st: go to downloads

    2nd: download direct x

    3rd: let microsoft authenticate

    4th: run the downloaded program

    5th: install everything

     

    6th: assuming you have followed me, the start playing!!!

     

    assuming that you are so dumb that you cannot find the microsoft downloads

     

    1st: type d3dx9_30.dll on the search box

    2nd: i doubt if you would be more dumber than that

     

    hahahaha.

     

    good luck

     

     

    I do not take any credits for this one.

    I give all the credits to Microsoft!!!

     

    hahahaha

     

    thanks microsoft

    Thursday, December 27, 2007 4:17 AM

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  • Hello Meows,

     

    Thank you for visiting the Microsoft Genuine Advantage Forum.  The purpose of this forum is the support of Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) program.  Your question is off topic as well as outside my area of knowledge. I suggest posting your question and or information to Windows Vista discussion Group here:

     

    http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/communities/newsgroups/en-us/default.mspx

     

                If you should have other non-WGA questions please visit our other communities for helpful information here:  http://www.microsoft.com/atwork/community.mspx .  Thank you for visiting the forum.

     

     

     

    Thank you,

     

    Stephen Holm, MS

     

    Thursday, December 27, 2007 7:23 PM