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Switching between debug and retail in directx 9.0 december 2005

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i was using directx9.0 december 2005 in debug mode.After i have finished my project ,now i want to test it in retail mode.Unfortunately i could'nt switch.i have uninstalled debug mode.and installed the directx again.But it didn't asked me for making choice between debug and retail.How can i change the mode?

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Start -> Control Panel -> DirectX.

There should be a radio selector in the right top of that window allowing you to switch between debug and release.

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thanks:) but it says i am using retail version there(on control panel->directx).but when i use dxdiag to see if there is any problem it says that i am using debug version of d3d9d.dll

thanks:)

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I think you've got a little muddled up [smile]

dxdiag will list all the files included in the DX installation - that is, both retail and debug. It'll emit a warning about the debug ones (as well as beta iirc) because they shouldn't be there on a normal end-user machine.

They won't do your program or your system any harm by just being there. I've not tried it in a long time, but I don't think you can get rid of them without uninstalling the SDK.

If the control panel applet says 'retail' (as you say it does) then you should be set to go.

hth
Jack

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