DirectX 8 is a standard Windows component and ships with Windows XP,
Windows Vista, and Windows 7 by default. That said, the Visual Basic
component, DX8VB.dll, no longer ships with DirectX 9.0C, DirectX 10,
or DirectX 11 simply because Microsoft no longer officially supports
Visual Basic 6 on Windows Vista/Windows 7.
On 11/27/11, lenron brown <lenro...@gmail.com> wrote:
> is that anyway i can set up direct x 8.0 when i try to update it using
> my computer it does not work.
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