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    Money Fist's Avatar Che-Che get the yayo
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    i tried to play multi vietcong today
    and while trying to search servers it complained about a directx error

    so i looked in dxdiag and under the network tab it said these had registry error

    Directplay8 TCP/IP Service provider
    Directplay8 IPX service provider
    Directplay8 modem service provider
    Directplay8 serial service provider

    so i tried reinstalling DX9c
    wouldent reinstall

    so i tried in safe mode
    still wouldent reinstall

    any one beat this problem


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    have you got the redist file, or the other one? i'm talking about dx9c here.

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    it seems ok now

    i DLed DX again from the site
    and it reinstalled fine
    without asking for a restart

    them 4 files are fixed

    cheers any way saumrai


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    cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samurai
    have you got the redist file, or the other one? i'm talking about dx9c here.
    Bet you feel like shit writing that now dont you "Samurai"
    We"Think TOO different"-Anton LaVey

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    Quote Originally Posted by HailAntonLaVey
    Bet you feel like shit writing that now dont you "Samurai"
    Why would I feel like shit?

    What I was getting at was if he was downloading DirectX 9.0c from their website it is only 308kB. The rest is downloaded when Fiber chooses to install.

    Sometimes, if a software is having problems, or there are corrupt files, which seems to be the case here, they will not be overwritten because the installer only installs the 'neccessary' components.

    However, if Fiber downloaded the DirectX 9.0c Redistributable as suggested by myself, you'll download the FULL version of DirectX9.0c w/o anything missing or ever needed. This file is 33.4MB and can be found here.

    Bet you feel like shit writing that now don't you "HailAntonLaVey"

    Next time you plan on adding your 2 cents, make sure you actually have some basis on what you're saying. Fool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samurai
    Why would I feel like shit?

    What I was getting at was if he was downloading DirectX 9.0c from their website it is only 308kB. The rest is downloaded when Fiber chooses to install.

    Sometimes, if a software is having problems, or there are corrupt files, which seems to be the case here, they will not be overwritten because the installer only installs the 'neccessary' components.

    However, if Fiber downloaded the DirectX 9.0c Redistributable as suggested by myself, you'll download the FULL version of DirectX9.0c w/o anything missing or ever needed. This file is 33.4MB and can be found here.

    Bet you feel like shit writing that now don't you "HailAntonLaVey"

    Next time you plan on adding your 2 cents, make sure you actually have some basis on what you're saying. Fool
    *Yawns* what ever you say,thats really nice.
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