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Cannot Find "d3d9.h"

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I just got the windows applications to work in VC++ EX2005, by copying the lib, include, and bin folders into VC++'s home directory. Now that it finds windows.h, it cannot find "d3d9.h". Any ideas?

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heh, i had the same problem. was using your last thread.

Ended up following this post on m$ about adding your global includes to your Enviroment Variables. Didn't seem to work with the Libs thou, still had to add those to the projects additional lib directories manually

http://forums.microsoft.com/msdn/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=2995

if your still stuck i can help you out, just got a D3D app running thru VC++ 2005. Been trying all day :)

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Never "copy" the lib, include etc folders by hand. It @&%# up the registry. Reainstall the SDK in the VC++ folder!

Hope this helps!

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