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Sujet d3dx9_33.dll error? Don’t sweet it! [SOLVED]
Have you ever started virtualdj and had dialog pop up with the following error?
Title: “Virtualdj: virtualdj.exe unable to locate component.”
Message: This application has failed to start because d3dx9_33.dll was not found – Re installing the application may fix this problem
Yeap MAY FIX THE PROBLEM
Don’t sweet it, don’t re install the application and don’t do a DirectX update, well you can if you want to but I don't think is going to help. I’ll tell you a shortcut.
Download the sucker from this site and put it on the Windows/System folder
It should fix your problem; it fixed mine for sure.
This tip if for Windows XP.
Posté Mon 01 Dec 08 @ 11:05 am
Right Click>Save As
But yes, you can solve it the way you described also.
Posté Mon 01 Dec 08 @ 11:10 am
So I downloaded the file, put it manually and Waaaaallaaaaa problem fixed. I know computer sometimes act strange even if they are alike, what is good for one is not necessary good for the other, I’ve seen this many times, since I do computer config and repairs.
As long as the problem is fixed, everything is valid.
Posté Mon 01 Dec 08 @ 11:59 am
You don't download the DirectX 9.0c install, you download either the very latest full runtime, or run the web installer which will update to the latest.
As for manually copying the file, as someone who develops DirectX plugins, I recommend against this. Installing the latest DirectX updates (as specified in my post) will fix this. If it doesn't, you have a very serious DirectX issue!
What are you going to do if you're halfway through a gig and another dependancy crops up from a plugin and you can't run it? Installing the latest DirectX updates will ensure all DirectX files and dependancies are there, and registered on the system correctly.
If a user approaches me with a problem with one of my plugins and they have bodged their system, they will simply get told to install the latest DirectX updates before I go any further with them...
Posté Mon 01 Dec 08 @ 3:38 pm
You are most certainly right. I had to do it this way because I installed directX couple of times and still had the problem. I did use the link that I got from the virtualdj help center which directs me to Microsoft but it didn’t work. After putting the file manually I ran the Direct X diagnostic tool (that’s were I got the DirectX 9.c version number) and play with the program for 2 and half hours.
My concern, was exactly what you just mention, I hope that no other dependency just crops, that’s why I’m still watching out.
Will let you know if it does.
Will read your post on the subject.
Posté Mon 01 Dec 08 @ 8:20 pm
This is the latest full runtime:
Posté Mon 01 Dec 08 @ 9:29 pm
Posté Tue 02 Dec 08 @ 2:56 am
Posté Tue 02 Dec 08 @ 7:35 am
Is there any information what is corrected - added in the latest version? I can't find any info on the site.
Posté Tue 02 Dec 08 @ 8:01 am
Posté Tue 02 Dec 08 @ 8:37 am
Posté Tue 02 Dec 08 @ 5:14 pm
By the way dxwebsetup was the file I use to do the update that didnt work.
Posté Tue 02 Dec 08 @ 10:56 pm
Posté Wed 03 Dec 08 @ 5:26 am
So far so good.
I can tell you something thou, I change my turntable needles from Stanton 500AL to Stanton 680AL. These 680 I had for long time but they where not used much, maybe like 50 hours. I know that these needles are not the best for scratching, but I got to tell you, TCV response is much, much better and I got no issue doing scratching with them (relative mode).
Definitely I'm going to move to Shure 44-7H. Still have some issues with the back spinning, but is not as bad as it was before. I know that I did some stupid comments, I was pist and frustrated at the moment, but I never stop trying to fix the problem and I never quitted on Virtualdj, like a said before I find it to be a very good product.
If I get to fix the back spinning issue I will post a video doing some scratching and beat juggling, with the only difference that I will show the monitor so every one can see without any doubt that is Virtualdj.
I apologize to y’all and I retract my self from all comments. I know you guys are always doing your best to help others (people like me)
Apologies go to:
3- adamjmeek (go chachi go chachi go
Why don’t you post a link of yourself on you tube scratching so we can see exactly where vdj doesn’t keep up with your skills?
word.) Will do will do, But I want to do it with virtualdj, not with Torq or Serato.
7 - The VIP Member that I call a jerk without knowing who he was.
And to all others who read the post but didn't post back.
Posté Wed 03 Dec 08 @ 11:51 am
Posté Wed 03 Dec 08 @ 12:03 pm
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Posté Thu 04 Jun 09 @ 12:25 am
viajero wrote :
is easy and free here is the link to solve in one ease step just unzip to c:\windows\system
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Yes but it's better and advised to use the Microsoft installer to have the whole DirectX package.
Posté Thu 04 Jun 09 @ 2:48 pm
Posté Sun 07 Jun 09 @ 8:42 pm
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Posté Fri 28 Oct 11 @ 6:30 am
Please see: http://www.virtualdj.com/wiki/DirectX9c.html
Also, please don't bump old topics. This topic is over 2 years old.
[Old topic closed]
Posté Fri 28 Oct 11 @ 4:05 pm