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[.net] Microsoft.DirectX.dll

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Could someone pls tell me where i can download Microsoft.DirectX.dll so i could use it as a reference on my Microsoft Visual Studio .NET C# project? Pls help.

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Did you install MDX on your computer? If you did, I'm pretty sure you should be able to create an MDX project with the reference already included.

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The MDX System is part of the full directX SDK, if you wish to reference it inside your application you are going to have to download the complete SDK and install it. To make sure that you have the correct MDX Systems installed make sure that you have the .Net framework 1.1 and Version 2.0 installed, this will make sure that the MDX Stuff gets added.

You can get to the SDK from the main Development site for DirectX (http://msdn.microsoft.com/directx) or from the Microsoft Downloads site.

Remember that if you are planing on using the MDX2 System, this is still in beta and all questions should be asked inside the Beta newsgroups (http://msdn.microsoft.com/directx/beta).

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You can use Managed DirectX without installing the DirectX SDK. Install the DirectX runtime and add references to it in your MDX project.

You won't have MDX 2, but I thought it was something worth mentioning. I verified it using IronPython.

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