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Direct X 9.0 SDK probs

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Hello everyone i have a problem with my directX SDK or maybe somthing else is wrong but i reinstalled it twice, im using visual C++ .net and when i load the solution by double clicking it in the file for example, billboarding, it loads fine, but when i compile it, it says missing directory or file d3d9.h, d3dx9.h......etc i checked the include folder and these files are clearly there, so whats the problem (note: im very new to C++) i also have the summer 2003 patch

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When you installed the new sdk it probably changed the directory that had the headers, at least, that''s what happened on my machine. Check to see that your IDE is looking in the right SDK directory.

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Guest Anonymous Poster
how do i go ahead and check that its reading the include path, im a totoal newbie

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Wait Nevermind i got that BUT, now its having a problem opening lib files, how do i resolve that problem

i get this error here: LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file ''d3dx9dt.lib''

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You also haven''t added the library directory to your library path.


How appropriate. You fight like a cow.

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Guest Anonymous Poster
ok, and how do i go about adding my library path?

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