Wow! Your kidding me! I did not know this! When I ran the installer it
gave me no indication either by a screen or anything that looked like
pirated, thanks for telling me. I've removed it.
Sorry and much thanks.
On 11/6/11, Thomas Ward <thomasward1...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I just checked out Dave's DirectX patch for XP. There are two things
> you probably should know before downloading. Number one, it is a
> pirated copy and therefore probably is illegal seeing as it is a
> pirated version of DirectX 10. Number two, this is a release candidate
> version, IE a beta release, so its not a stable version by any means.
> You might be better off finding someone with Vista SP2, and asking
> them to copy the required files for DX 10 in order to insure you have
> the latest stable version. Beyond that as a moderator I really can not
> condone this discussion on list as I'm pretty sure we are now
> discussing piracy as DirectX 10 and DirectX 11 are not legally
> licensed for XP. I'm sorry, but lets stop this discussion here before
> we begin pirating DirectX 10 or DirectX 11 illegally.
> On 11/4/11, David Mehler <dave.meh...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello Dark and List,
>> I hope this will be of some use. First of all finding this zip file
>> was not easy. It's 27 mb in size and here's the link I got it from,
>> although it's advert and frames and was a refreshing nightmare, I
>> don't recommend it.
>> To spare others the pain I went through, I put it in my public dropbox
>> folder. Here's that link, you can get the file from me.
>> Now for the report. My xpsp3 vm was running DirectX 9.0C prior to this
>> install, it's now running 10, I did the install didn't get any errors
>> or warnings or anything. You've got several things in this archive,
>> one being a file dotnetfx.rar, that's a rar archive of dotnet
>> version2, which you can get and probably do have from Windows update.
>> The preview folder I'm not sure what those are, but extract them and
>> you'll have a folder with a bunch of .dll files and a readme.txt file
>> that tells you where to put the dlls, I'm sure they're probably some
>> libraries needed, I dropped them in to where they need to go in
>> c:\windows\system32. The other folder in the zip archive is the actual
>> file itself the dx10 when extracted.
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